Shrimp Burger

Konnichi-wa to my firends from the purple risu (squirrel) here in Japan!  (See?  I’m learning Japanese already! LOL!)

This one will have to be a short update since I’m in the library on base, but I thought I’d put out a little more info in responce to my last blog’s comments.

I have started taking pictures now that I’ve started venturing into town, but until I have a place to live, I don’t think I’ll be able to post anything.  All public computers are on lockdown to anything but a CD, and all my photo stuff is designed to hook up to USB.  I’m going to see if I can find a photo place in town that will make a CD (pronounced shee-dee in Japanese, no joke).

Feeling a bit homesick, I went into the McDonalds today.  They have a shrimp burger!  I think maybe next time I’ll be brave, but I chickened out today and got chicken (no pun).

Important Japanese phrase for the day:

Kore wa nan desu ka? = What is this? (this = closest to me)

There are only a few ways to pronounce Japanese, e=eh, a=ah, o=oh, i=ee, and the u at the end of a word is silent, it just means your drag out the letter in front of it.  So: “Kohreh wah nahn dess kah?”

I miss you guys so much!

About Lacey Clifton, MSEd

Social Media Marketing Expert, Lacey Clifton, specializes in leveraging dynamic media platforms for organic, customer-centric marketing. She has been working with surgeons and specialty medical practitioners since 2009, providing training, coaching, and full-service marketing for lead generation, but has been marketing through online social media platforms since their first adoption by small businesses. Lacey received her Master's of Education and Bachelor’s Degrees from Old Dominion University in Virginia, where she graduated with Summa Cum Laude among other honors. Additionally, she was recognized with a Faculty Award of Excellence for her performance at the university. She greatly enjoys learning environments, as both a student and a teacher, keeping her ahead of changes in social media platforms and fueling her passion to teach others.

Posted on January 21, 2006, in A Girl in Japan. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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