At last all our stuffs arrived from Korea last Saturday. At last I got my lovely computer. At last I got my precious recipe books. At last Iki could happily "see" his toys again. At last we could eat with proper dishes, not borrowed ones, not with Thomas and Friends printed ones :p. And At last we could have really normal life. It was not comfortable having everything in temporary!!
So let me introduce you to my new kitchen. Where I may spend more than 50% of my life at.
We stay at Hiro's company's apartment complex. There is one dorm and about 5 apartment buildings here. There's a gym, but could only be used by the wives during weekdays from 9-5, which is impossible for me to enter with Iki. There's also one kindergarten inside, located right in front of our building, but Iki couldn't enter it before he's three y/o. There are a lot of children living here, so I think Iki is starting his social life step by step (and so I am!). Everyday I meet the wives and we have pretty formal small talks. In contrast to Korean, Japanese are "bit afraid" of foreigner. We have to give good impression to each other too. One's husband could be the manager or supervisor, or director :))
So far I like our new life here. Within a month I already could feel that this is a very nice home. And after we got all our stuffs last Saturday I fall in love even more with this place :p. Iki also got used to this new home quickly.
Too bad, this new home is AGAIN just a temporary home. Hiro MIGHT be sent abroad again around March. Where? still company's secret :p