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~ c'est fini -> well, almost ... ~

12-31-13 cest fini

As I am writing this, there are less than 8 hours until we say ‘Good bye and thank you, 2013’ ~ are you all-prepared. The photo shows a local Shrine preparing for the coming New Year festivities.

Thank you all for reading my Blog everyday, well done to all my students who have tried so hard and improved a lot (I am proud of you!), thank you to all my friends and family and work colleagues and everyone that I have had the wonderful opportunity of meeting this year and I look forward to an even better year for us all in 2014 . . .

Yours,
Robin


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~ 2013 Experiences Make 2014’s Dream ~

12-30-13 whos dream

Hello guys ~

I am sure everyone (including me) is preparing for their own personal close-down of 2013. Use all the great (and difficult) experiences you had, learn from them, use them and build your dream for 2014, and MAKE IT HAPPEN...!!


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~ Where were YOU last night? ~

12-29-13 Risa 1

OK, when it is written in ‘that way’, then the person who is asking is probably not in the sweetest of moods, as they are wondering “Where the heck were YOU!?!”, in rather a stronger-toned voice.

My question to you is in a softer and ‘fun mode’ ~ as you can see from the photo, I was out with friends seeing another of my friends “RISA” (look out for her name - famous Belly Dancer and bag designer) show the crowd her dancing skills. Once you see her ‘do her stuff’, then you will realise why she is #1 in Kanto and probably all of Japan.

Go Risa, Gooooo ~


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~ KEEP ON GOING...! ~

12-27-13 Keep going

Just a little reminder for you --> KEEP ON GOING...!

Even when you don’t feel like sitting down to practise your English for an hour ~ that’s OK ~ every little bit that you do helps improve your abilities.

Whether that is listening to the BBC news, watching a movie, writing your diary, listening to your favourite speaker or singing a song (all in English of course!), those little bits everyday will add up and up and up ~

Don’t ever quit, KEEP ON GOING...!

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~ ‘Tis Boxing Day ~

12-26-13 Boxing

Yes, there is such a day ~ it goes back a long way in time, when the servants received presents from their master the day after Christmas and/or when the servants ravaged through all the ‘boxes’ the day after Christmas to see if they could find anything.

Nowadays, it is a ‘day off’ in England but a lot of stores have an ‘After Christmas Sale’.

Anyway, enjoy your day however you celebrate it ...


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~ ‘Tis Christmas Day ~

12-25-13 Christmas

All my wishes for a very MERRY, MERRY CHRISTMAS ~ I hope you have a wonderful day!

Best regards,
Robin


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~ ‘Tis Christmas Eve ~

12-24-13 Eve

I sincerely hope that you had a nice day today, and a jolly evening tonight with all the cakes and little presents that you could have. Santa waits for you to go to sleep, so he can start his delivery journey --> look forward to tomorrow ...

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~ Christmas Countdown ... ~



I always thought it was strange/different why Christmas Eve was celebrated and not Christmas Day ~ read on ...

Back home in England (and most other countries that ‘celebrate’ Christmas), Christmas Eve is usually a calm/quiet day -> finish work early (if you’re working), do any last-minute shopping and wrapping, then go home and finish any final preparation for the big day ahead ~

But here (in Japan), Christmas Eve is actually a bigger thing than Christmas Day. One of my students (a Doctor down in Kyushu) commented that Christmas Eve is like a ‘celebration’ and not a ‘special holiday’, as such.

Since ‘giving presents’ is an important part of the Christmas tradition, and many companies or promoters or famous people tend to do those things on ‘Christmas Eve’ ( -> giving cake and other things), that is probably why people have copied that pattern and made Christmas Eve the more important day to celebrate.

Whatever your beliefs, I hope you have a wonderful Eve ...

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~ My Christmas ... ~

12-22-13 Christmas

I was asked to write a story about “My Christmas” for homework by one of my smart students ‘Ko’ ~ a young and very bright learner. So here we go...

I was seven at the time and can still remember being told by my mother to be a good boy and go to bed or Father Christmas would not come and deliver my present that night.

It was Christmas Eve and I remember going to bed at 9:00pm - staying up late in-hope of seeing Santa - but heavy-eyes got the better of me and I went to bed wishing that he would come that night, as there were only a few small presents under the tree.

My mother had left a glass of milk and some biscuits on the table next to the fireplace for Father Christmas to eat and drink after he had made his delivery ...

I woke up at 06:00 and ran downstairs to see that the milk was half-drunk and the biscuits all gone -> “Yes, Father Christmas came!”

Rushing into the living room, I could see a HUGE present under the tree -->> he knew I wanted a bicycle ~ that was amazing ~ my letter actually reached him!

I quickly ran to my mother’s room shouting, “Father Christmas came! HE CAME!!”

My mother said I had to wait until my brother was awake before I could open it, so I went to wake him up. He wasn’t very happy that I woke him at 06:05 but what did I care ~ I HAVE A BIKE!

Happy and buzzing with gratefulness, I tore off the paper and went for a ride outside on my new silver bike ~ I didn’t care that it was freezing cold and snowing, I had a new racing bicycle ~ YEAH!!



What memories do you have?

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~ Peaceful Silence...

12-21-13 Silence

During an early walk in the brisk-air this morning and as Christmas is approaching, my thoughts went into “poetry-mode”, so I wanted to share this with you, in order to also get you into a ‘festive feeling-mode’ ...

Peaceful Silence...


As the peace of the day flows smoothly away,

With sunshine in sky and clouds floating up high,

Sweet brussles crispen the air as leaves roll around with jolly flare,
And the light breeze blows softly with ease, as Nature simply wants to please.



And as the sky turns grey, since the sun is fading away,
Colours so unreal flood the sky with abundant appeal,

Pink and orange and purple and blue, fill the sky through and through.



Slowly but surely colourful-life sinks into the Earth, and then begins
 a whole new birth.

Twinkles in the sky start to shine, as stars appear that are so divine.

And now he shows his peaceful face, as the Moon peers out from behind 
a cloud with grace.

Silence is dark, Silence is bright,
Peaceful Silence is here at night.

Silence is dark, Silence is bright,
Peaceful Silence is here at night.



Silence...



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~ Where, oh where am I??? ~

12-20-13 TKO

Today’s trip was going to south ... for a work-project ~ this one is rather easy to guess, so there’s no prize (or free lesson this time) but wait until January, as there may be some then ~ Where did you go today?

Keep warm, practise your English and see you tomorrow ...

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~ TRYING が大事です ~



Today is very short and to-the-point:

TRYING” is the most important thing to continue doing. As you live and you learn, you make mistakes and learn the right way for next time ~ to do something or say something correctly.

THINK ON THIS --> if every baby gave up trying to walk after they fell down ‘one time’, there would be NO people in this world (or very few) who could walk! But we all can because we made a mistake and learned, made a mistake and learned, made a mistake and then after many, many, MANY mistakes we were finally able to walk. The same thing goes for learning anything, especially a language.

Never stop --> keep trying -->> one day you WILL be able to speak better -->>> JUST KEEP TRYING ...


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~ “DIFFERENCE #4” repeat - with a reason ...



This was something that I wrote back in the summer, however today someone was very “kind” to me and helped to ‘make my day’. When I thanked them, they asked what the difference was between ‘kind’ and ‘polite’, so I thought I would re-post it => here it is...

~ WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? #4

That was so ‘kind’ of him to do that ~ she is so ‘polite’ ~ this is very ‘tender’ --> so what’s the difference? Let me explain ...



kind
1. someone who is of a good or benevolent nature or disposition, as a person: a kind and loving person.

2. someone who is having, showing, or proceeding from benevolence: kind words.

3. someone who is indulgent, considerate, or helpful; humane (often followed by to): to be kind to animals.

4. mild; gentle; clement: kind weather.
5. British Dialect; loving, affectionate.




polite
1. someone showing good manners toward others, as in behaviour, speech, etc.; courteous; civil: a polite reply.
2. someone who is refined or cultured: polite society.

3. of a refined or elegant kind: polite learning.




tender
1. something that is soft or delicate in substance; not hard or tough: a tender steak.

2. something that is weak or delicate in build; not strong or hardy.

3. objects (ex. ‘plants’) that are unable to withstand freezing temperatures.

4. someone young or immature: children of tender age.

5. something that is delicate or soft in quality: tender blue.




Hopefully that gave you a better understanding of the different meanings of “kind”, “polite” and “tender”. Yes, ‘tender’ can also be used to describe people (more often than not ‘young people’), but normally we use it to describe things/objects/food.


I hope you now understand the differences ~

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~ DO/DID YOU ... ? ~



If you don’t use this phrase already, you really should! It is sooo easy and can be used with anything and for any situation when you are asking questions:

Did it snow yesterday?
Did you come with your family?
Did you get my email?
Did you send her flowers?
Did you take your medicine?
Do you accept credit cards?
Do you believe that?
Do you feel OK?
Do you feel better?
Do you go to England often?
Do you have a girlfriend/boyfriend?
Didn’t you know that?
Didn’t you bring any money?
Don’t you have any sunscreen?
Don’t you have my number?
Do you have the number for a taxi?
Do you know how to get to the cinema?
Do you understand?


Do you know how easy it is to use “Do you...?” ~ it’s a pinch ;-)

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~ BUSINESS BEFORE PLEASURE ~

12-16-13 Asakusa

12-16-13 Asakusa 2

Have you ever heard of that phrase? “Business before pleasure.” It means you should get your work done before you ‘play’ or ‘go out to play’.

Looking at these and other photos I took today, gives you the impression that I was doing things the wrong way round ~ but no ~ that is definitely not the case! Read on ...

We were actually at a special Shrine in Asakusa that is related to ‘business’ - preparing for a business trip to India is the reason why we went there. Then after the ‘work’ was done, we decided to visit the famous Shrine in Asakusa, as you can see. However, it was definitely “business before pleasure”, so we were safe.

Here is a great phrase to learn and use:

Hold yourself responsible for a higher standard than anybody expects of you. Never excuse yourself.

~ Henry Ward Beecher ~

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~ 今日は何と“Show Sunday”です ~

your show

OK, it’s “show time!”

That means it is time to do your ‘best’ and “show what you’re made of”.

All this studying and practising and time and effort that you have been putting into improving your English abilities, it is about time that you speak and sing and write all that you know ~>> don’t worry about mistakes (they are natural - we all make them; writing kanji (oops, 間違いちゃった) or me spelling (oops, that’s wrong).

Go back to when you were a baby learning your mother-tongue for the first time - listen/repeat/try - just do it...!


SHOW IT TO THE WORLD...!

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~ 今日は何と“Stimulating Saturday”です ~

12-14-13 Stimulation

How often do you use the word “stimulating”? I always keep my eyes and ears ‘open’, as the strangest of things may ‘trigger’ something in my mind or heart and “stimulate” me to do or write something. Be aware and open to sights, people, music, articles, books, views and opinions, as they may “stimulate” you to be even better in something or everything ~

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~ 今日は何と“Fantastic Friday”です ~

12-13-13 Fantastic

YES! It’s “T.G.I.F.” ~ woohoo!! Well, that’s for everyone who is off at the weekend ~ hopefully your ‘fantastic’ T.G.I.F. will lead into a wonderful and fruitful and fun weekend ... ! Here are many words that express the same/similar meaning as ‘fantastic’ that you can (and should) use in your everyday life:

* fanciful
* extraordinary
* incredible
* unbelievable
* marvellous
* wonderful
*sensational
* outstanding
* superb
* super
* excellent
* first-rate
* first-class
* dazzling
* out of this world
* breathtaking

Use these words to spark-up you conversations and make them ‘fantastic’...!


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~ 今日は何とit’s a “Thrilling Thursday”です ~

12-12-13 Thrilling

What a wonderful day it is today ~ lovely weather; sunny, a nice clear blue sky and crisp fresh air. To add to this ‘wondrous’ day (do you remember that special word from yesterday?), there are numerous things all going on at the same time, making it a busy, yet thrilling day! What are you up to?

Check all the variations of the word “thrilling” and add them to your vocabulary list AND USE THEM...!

* breathtaking
* electrifying
* enchanting
* frantic
* gripping
* hair-raising
* miraculous
* riveting
* rousing
* sensational
* stirring
* shivering
* stimulating
* blood-tingling
* exquisite
* fab
* fabulous
* magnificent
* mind-bending
* mind-blowing
* rip-roaring
* wild
* wondrous


Use these ‘thrilling’ variations to enhance and expand your conversations and writing ~ they make everything so much more grand!

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~ 今日は何と“Wondrous Wednesday”です ~

12-11-13 Wondrous

I hope your day was ‘wondrous’ and full ‘feelings of wonder and delight’. Mine was a ‘marvellous’ day full of surprises and special events. Do use these words to brighten up your vocabulary level ~

adjective: wondrous

inspiring a feeling of wonder or delight; marvellous.
"this wondrous city"





adverb: wondrous

marvellously; wonderfully.


See you tomorrow ...


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~ 今日は何と“Tasty Tuesday”です ~

12-10-13 2

So, how was today for you? I hope you made it through the cold and windy and wet weather that we had this morning ~ a nice cup of tea and something warm to eat will definitely have helped ~ if you were in Kasukabe, you could have joined me ...

We had a ‘Welcome Party’ today (+-20 people) ~ and enjoyed some special Indian curries, lemon rice and naan (made by yours truly ;-) and delicious desserts made by Sato-chan (pâtissier) (see us at www.naya-cafe.com). Having some yummy curries and home-made naans certainly helped to warm up things (so did the wine - ha ha).

Overall, it was a great day ~ I hope it was for you, too ~> what wonderful things will “Wondrous Wednesday” bring ~ see you tomorrow . . .

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~ 今日は何と“Maniac Monday”です ~

12-9-13 Prep 2

12-9-13 Prep 1

Yes, it has been a ‘Maniac’ Monday ~ been shopping and then cooking all afternoon for tomorrow’s party ~ got some great help from my great friends though ~ thanks guys!!

It will be a special party for about 20 ~ want to come??

More tomorrow on “Tasty Tuesday” . . .


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~ 今日は何と“Special Sunday”です ~

12-8-13 Special

Finally the end of the week has come ~ I hope you had a wonderful day today and have a bucketful of great memories and experiences collected throughout the last seven days -> I certainly have!

Join me next week for a new set of stories and ideas to help you improve your English even more ~ see you then . . .

Robin


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~ 今日は何と“SENSATIONAL SATURDAY”です ~

Rikuo 1

What an amazing day it has been -> starting off with my dear friends Kikuo Sugiyama and Ken Takahashi and the Japanese Road King RIKUO motorcycles ==> sensational Japanese bike-history at-hand!!

Hope you had a great day, too ~


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~ 今日は何と“Friendly Friday”です ~

12-6-13 Faith

I hope you are having a wonderful Friday (or whatever day it is when you read this). The story is long (but easy to understand), with a VERY IMPORTANT ‘caring for others’ lesson --> read on ...

 

Breakfast at McDonald's:

This is a good story and is true, please read it all the way through until the end...
   
I am a mother of three (ages 14, 12, 3) and have recently completed my college degree.
 
The last class I had to take was Sociology.
 
The teacher was absolutely inspiring with the qualities that I wish every human being had been graced with.
 
Her last project of the term was called, 'Smile.'
 
The class was asked to go out and smile at three people and document their reactions.
 
I am a very friendly person and always smile at everyone and say hello anyway. So, I thought this would be a piece of cake, literally...
 
Soon after we were assigned the project, my husband, youngest son, and I went out to McDonald's one crisp March morning. 
 
It was just our way of sharing special playtime with our son.
 
We were standing in line, waiting to be served, when all of a sudden everyone around us began to back away, and then even my husband did, too!
 
I did not move an inch... An overwhelming feeling of panic welled up inside of me as I turned to see why they had moved. 
 
As I turned around I smelled a horrible 'dirty body' smell, and there standing behind me were two poor homeless men. 
 
As I looked down at the short gentleman, close to me, he was 'smiling' ~ 
  
His beautiful sky-blue eyes were full of God's light as he searched for acceptance...
 
He said, 'Good day' as he counted the few coins he had been clutching.. 
 
The second man fumbled with his hands as he stood behind his friend. I realised the second man was mentally challenged and the blue-eyed gentleman was his salvation. 
  
I held my tears as I stood there with them.
 
The young lady at the counter asked him what they wanted.
 
He said, 'Coffee is all Miss' because that was all they could afford. (If they wanted to sit in the restaurant and warm up, they had to buy something. He just wanted to be warm).
 
Then I really felt it - the compulsion was so great I almost reached out and embraced the little man with the blue eyes..
 
That is when I noticed all eyes in the restaurant were set on me, judging my every action.
 
I smiled and asked the young lady behind the counter to give me two more breakfast meals on a separate tray.
 
I then walked around the corner to the table that the men had chosen as a resting spot. I put the tray on the table and laid my hand on the blue-eyed gentleman's cold hand. 
 
He looked up at me, with tears in his eyes and said, 'Thank you.' 
 
I leaned over, began to pat his hand and said, 'I did not do this for you.. God is here working through me to give you hope.' 
 
I started to cry as I walked away to join my husband and son.... When I sat down my husband smiled at me and said, 'That is why God gave you to me, Honey, to give me hope..' 
 
We held hands for a moment and at that time, we knew that only because of the Grace that we had been given were we able to give. 
 
We are not church go-ers, but we are believers.
 
That day showed me the pure light of God's sweet love.
 
I returned to college on the last evening of class, with this story in hand. 
 
I turned in 'my project' and the instructor read it.
 
Then she looked up at me and said, 'Can I share this?'
 
I slowly nodded as she got the attention of the class.
 
She began to read and that is when I knew that we as human beings and being part of God share this need to heal people and to be healed. 
 
In my own way I had touched the people at McDonald's, my son, the instructor, and every soul that shared the classroom on the last night I spent as a college student.  
 
I graduated with one of the biggest lessons I would ever learn: 
 
UNCONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE. 

Much love and compassion is sent to each and every person who may read this and learn how to
  
 
LOVE PEOPLE AND USE THINGS - NOT LOVE THINGS AND USE PEOPLE.

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~ 今日は何と“TERRIFIC THURSDAY”です ~

12-5-13 Terrifc

I hope today was as “TERRIFIC” for you as it was a very fruitful day on my side. I had some great discussions that will give beneficial results ~ how did your day go?

Keep your chin up and have a TERRIFIC Day...


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~ 今日は何と“WISE & WILLING WEDNESDAY”です ~

12-4-13 Wise

Wow, it is the middle of the week already ~ how has it been for you so far? I hope everything is going smoothly and with ease ~

I wanted to share (what I think are valuable) “words of wisdom” --> to always be WISE & WILLING ~

Willing to listen and learn from everyone - especially wiser and knowledgeable people - and be an ‘open book’. This goes for everyone in everything; English, work, relationships - everything, as their words may help me learn something I didn't know in order to improve myself or something I can use to help others with ~

Hopefully you are also WISE & WILLING today and everyday ...


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~ 今日は何と“TIMELY TUESDAY”です ~

12-3-13 Time

Have you ever had a day when the ‘timing’ just seemed right? The alarm, the train, the meeting, the phone call, being there at the right time, etc.??

Today was ‘was of those days’ ~ being there to help people in numerous situations, in order to assist them and turn their “oh no!” day into a “yes, great ~ thank you!!” memory. Have you ever had those days?

Being there ‘at the right time’ to help someone is a wonderful thing. I don’t believe in ‘coincidences’ --> I believe everything has a ‘meaning’ but that is another story for another time ;-)

Anyway, I was coming home from dinner with friends in Ueno, when there was a big American Cadillac van standing on the side of the road with four young people looking up and down with concern.

We made ‘eye-contact’ and they asked if we could help, as their battery was flat.

Making a long story short, being there at the right time to help someone was such a nice feeling ~ I hope you are always there with an open Heart and an open mind, too.

“Timely” always has a good and positive meaning, so be there to help people when you can, as a little help goes a looong way to make someone’s day very special...!


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~ 今日は何と“Magnificent Monday”です ~

12-2-13 Magnificent

Let’s all have another marvellous week and start off by making today a Magnificent Monday in every way we can --> smiling, helping people, practising your speaking, listening, reading, thinking in English as your write your daily diary of how Magnificent today was.

Make today a marvellous, magnificent, memorable Monday ...

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~ “これは実際に有用です → TONGUE TWISTERS 2”

12-1-13 Twisters

This one site is a GREAT help ~ once you are in, press the “Random” button to see all the various Tongue Twisters.

Have fun ...

Tongue Twisters 2

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