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Awe, I just read through the condolence card. Thank you so much for all the love. It really means a lot.
Special thanks, I hear, should go to @cutepiku for all their hard work!
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This whole experience has been incredibly mentally and emotionally draining. Thank you guys for being so patient ;)
As Fraser has mentioned on some shows, he's been working on composing music.
While I'm plugging away at bookkeeping for taxes. I'm SUPER close to being done though! Yay!
I feel like many expats in Japan are up in arms (they so often are) about how Japan has handled the pandemic, but sometimes you need perspective. And I feel like this article gave me some.
The world average death per million (DPM) is 234.
Japan sits at 27 DPM.
“Among Japan’s fellow G7 countries, the average for the other six countries, all of which had stringent lockdowns, is 949 DPM.”
Of course, I wish everyone was doing better or that CoVID would just disappear already, but it’s interesting to see the different methods of dealing with the pandemic around the world.
Good article explaining how Japan has dealt with CoVID and how/why our numbers are low.
We were never really put into strict lockdown. However, the government has issued two State of Emergency (SoE) for the Tokyo area. This restricts a few things like restaurant hours and theatre and event capacity. It’s mostly voluntary, but people take it seriously when we are in a SoE.
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Looking for a 2021 Calendar and I found this one. I try to keep cat stuff out of our house, but I feel like this would bring Fraser so much joy each month.
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