I'm just going to practice in hiragana/katakana. I don't know all the kanji yet.
This is a mix of what I've learned from the CD and what I learned from the class I took last year.
I apologize if I make any mistakes. Corrections are appreciated.
きのうはJapanese Tea Gardenにいきました。
That's the most relevant statements that I can do right now. It's not much.
I've covered some greetings, and of course things that seem a little silly to say like 「わたしはにほんじんじゃありません。」.
I have trouble saying 「じゃありません」 out loud sometimes;;
The CD has lots of little dialogues like this:
I don't know much, but I like learning.
Here are some photos from the Japanese Tea Garden in San Antonio.
Yesterday I went to a plant nursery for some training for work.
I was really tired though, so I did some sketching to keep myself awake.
A sketch I did one night of a younger Lovino for a fantasy story I've been toying with.
I had considered doing designs for the badge contest for Mizuumicon, but I just don't have the time.
I had done this sketch though. I thought it looked cute.
She wanted a cupid, so I did a little sketch.
I traced his outline onto the apron and then painted it with acrylic paints.
She wanted a bunch of hearts too.
The heart has the initials for her name and her boyfriend's name.
I wish I could decorate my own apron this nicely;;
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