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Monday, December 25, 2006

Merry Christmas!

To all a Merry Christmas, a belated Solstice, a belated Happy Hanukkah and any other holiday you may celebrate at this time of darkness and rebirth of the light.A Happy New Year to one and all, with health and prosperity.Roger


Blogger Takuya said...

Hi, long time no see!
I'm Takuya. You wrote your comment on my blog about four months ago, right? Do you remember?

I was very happy when you wrote your comment. But suddely, I remembered you.

To tell the truth, I wrote my comment for you. So I wrote my comment on your blog.

By the way,did you celebrate chiristmas? Did you eat the cakes chiristmas ?

In case of some Japanese people, they eat the cakes of chiristmas.
Did you know?

But in spite of saying about chistmas, I have to apologize you for lating to write my comment.
I'd like to say "I'm sorry" immediately.

9:29 AM  
Blogger Takuya said...

Hi, Mr.cross. What are you doing now? Are you resting for chiristmas day?

By the way, do you remember me?
I'm Takuya. you wrote your comment on my blog which calls "My favorite subject is English".

So I have to write my comment on your blog. Please write your comment on my blog which calls "Wadadesu". This URL is "http://tw-diary.blogspot.com".

I'm waiting for your comment.

8:51 AM  
Blogger Takuya said...

Thank you for your comment.
I was very happy when I saw your comment.

By the way, what are you doing now?
What are you going to do on New Year's day?

I'm going to eat Japanese food and sleep on New Year's day. And then,
I'm going to go to my grand mother's house which is in Gifu, Japan on January 2.

Please write your comment on my blog.

1:57 AM  
Blogger Takuya said...

By the way, are you interested in MLB(Major League Baseball)?

Many Japanese people are working in America.
For example, baseball players, workers and so on...

Especially, many Japanese baseball players are loved by many American people. For example, Ichiro Suzuki, Hideki Matsu, Kenji Jorjima and so on...

Suzuki and Jorjima belong to SEATTLE MARINERS. Hideki Matsui belongs to N.Y Yankees. Well, Matsui is from Ishikawa. To sum up, his hometown is near my hometown.
In four months, Daisuke Matsuzaka is going to belong to BOSTON RED SOX. He is the most useful putcher in Japan. I think so.

Shall we talk about MLB each other?
I'm waiting for your comment.

2:41 AM  

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