May 31, 2011
NOTE: The number of earthquakes per day is still decreasing. The website that I featured in a previous blog is now showing an average of only two quakes (magnitude 4+) and those are mostly 1 or 2 on the Japanese scale, which means we often do not feel them.
Yesterday the remains of a typhoon passed through this area and caused a lot of damage. The winds, while not at typhoon levels, were still high and caused problems and destruction along the coastal areas. Also we had a huge amount of rain and that caused flooding in the low lying areas, those that sank below sea level were then hit with a high tide.
May 30, 2011
May 29, 2011
May 28, 2011
Note: Today is going to be very busy. I have an art lesson in the morning and then in the afternoon I am going to the above stadium to watch Vegalta play. Kyoko and Tsubasa left after supper last night and arrived saftely at home in Tokyo sometime after midnight. It seems strange not to have a baby running around the house and wanting to play.