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I am happy to hear you and your family are safe. I was worried about you. I live in Miami and can appreciate a typhoon all too well, here we call them hurricanes. One of my least favorite words in the English language. Stay safe!
the wind was crazy last night. I hardly slept, I am glad you and your family were okay! we have sun now :) hope you do too!
It was nice after the typhoon passed through up here - gorgeous blue skies, like you said. Didn't cause much damage in southern Kyoto, but I saw how crazy it was in Oita and Osaka!
new2bento;Thank you. The typhoon did not hit this area and the worst damage I heard was the power outage in a small part of the town. K & S;Yeah, the wind was terrible here, too, but not as bad as we had expected. Typhoon wind was so scary when I was a kid, because houses had only wood and glass windows that rattled like crazy in a typhoon. It got amazingly better after we got aluminum sash windows. We had sun later in the afternoon. Thanks. Tindy;Yeah, and the tornadoes in Kanto area! I hope we have no more typhoons this year.
Hi Obachan, came across your blog while I was googling during a quiet period at work (oops!), and I'm really glad I found it! Have been fascinated with Japanese food and its presentation since a (too) short trip to Tokyo last year. The views look fantastic from your place - and it is good to know that all is well for you and your family. We have been having some crazy weather in New Zealand as well. Take Care : )
Hi Debbie,Thanks for your comment. I won't tell your boss about your bloghopping at work, so please keep coming back! ;)
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