Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Wonderful Weekend!!

I had a very good time this weekend. Especially, I enjoy cruising to Georgetown and shopping. I really liked the town. It's very beautiful town, so I took many pictures. I ate ice-cream with waffle corn. I was surprised at the size of the corn because it’s very big! I bought a shirt for tennis and a ring. At the night, we had Kana(Y) and Fumiha’s birth day party at nice restaurant. It was really nice day!!


Berta said...

Hi Misato, I am glad you enjoyed cruising to Georgetown and took a lot of pictures to share with family and friends when you go back (and maybe even here in your blog).
Birthday celebrations are always fun and you all seem to have had a great time together.
Do you play tennis? I sometimes do but have not played in quite a while.

Nina Liakos said...

Were you able to eat your entire waffle cone? You are right: they are really big! I am glad you enjoyed the weekend!

Hiromi said...

Hello, Misato!
It's fun to read about your wonderful weekend because I can see how much fun you had. ^^ You guys' stories on the blogs definitely make me want to fly to Maryland right away!

Laura said...

I wonder where you ate a waffle cone at? Perhaps it was Ben & Jerry's? Ben & Jerry's is a very famous ice cream chain, like Haagen Daaz.

Dennis said...

Hello, Misato.

I'm glad to hear that you had such an enjoyable weekend. I've been in Georgetown, but that was a long time ago, and I don't remember it very well.

When you wrote about eating ice cream in a waffle cone, I got hungry! I really like ice cream, but I think that my favorite kind (green tea ice cream, especially with sweet red bean paste) would be kind of strange in a waffle cone!

I'm also glad you've been able to find some nice souvenirs and that you enjoyed the birthday dinner for Kana Y. and Fumiha.

Like my friend Berta-sensei, I hope you have been taking a lot of photos. I know that someone has because there are many, many wonderful photos on Nina-sensei's AGU in America 2007 blog.

By the way, it's nice to see your photo at the end of your blog.

I hope you continue to have a good time in Maryland and take many wonderful memories with you when you return home!

Dennis in Phoenix