|I take one pill once in the morning after breakfast.|
|I take one pill once in the morning and once after dinner.|
|I take one pill after dinner.|
The white papers are actually an envelop that contained the pills still in blister packs and wrapped with a rubber band. When I picked up the pills the pharmacist did tell me how to take the pills, in English, but of course by the time I got home, I wasn't sure which pill was which, so I did a little investigating and knew that since I was given 3 weeks of pills, the one with 42 pills would be the one taken 2 times a day. The other ones I figured out by where the stamp was to the right of where the medication and dosage was written. I also did a google translate to figure out "after dinner" just to be sure. By the way, the ランデラーデイニー is how they write my name in Japanese. It's pronounced something like "randeraa deinii." The "i" is like a long e sound like the ea in tea. :) I have to listen very carefully when they call my name, because sometimes I don't recognize it.
Saturday, I went to help out at the cross country meet in Tama, for the last time this season. It was the finals for all the levels. It was beautiful weather, sunny and not so humid. I took a couple of pictures.
|I hadn't realized that my brother invested in a farm in Tokyo!|
|Looks pretty fertile, eh?|
|The soil looks dark, which I usually associate with fertile!|
Next week the top cross country runners from CAJ fly to Guam for the final competition, so unless I just take a bicycle ride down, I probably won't be down this way too soon again.
Saturday afternoon I spent some time with Norm Overway. He is taking a 3 week tour here in Japan. I was able to show him CAJ and have dinner with him. It was nice to catch up. Last March, his daughter, Laurie came out for a visit as well.
It was a great week and God has blessed me by having the opportunity to be here in Japan, working in a great place like CAJ, with great supportive colleagues.