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One of the greatest things about long term language learning, is the wonderful people you always keep meeting along the way. At the Gamagori fireworks on Sunday, it was great to meet Don again. It has only been 15 years or so.
Tonight we had the privilege of hosting “みんなの日本語のマイク・ミラー”, Prince of Zig Zag, King of Kings whatever, the 274th (might be the 277th, nobody really knows come to think of it?) most talented Canadian in Nagoya, and a legend in his own bathroom (when singing, or something) etc etc etc.
Oh and some other guy named Sean Hardie.
It is of course great to welcome people back (even those of the Canadian persuasion eh). Sean was our first full-time customer (サンキュー！). Always full of great ideas too. Thanks again Sean.
The evening became a bit of a shindig. 12 people, 10 different nationalities in the mix, in a restaurant owned by a Nepali. The food was great. the company awesome. Life can be really good sometimes. Always good to catch up with old friends.
The jokes however were absolutely terrible, especially those told by Declan. He is so totally boring.