September 24, 2006

I was very busy last week on business and on private.
I had so much stress. And I have a big headache, backache and stiff neck. I took headache medicine four times. But I felt bad.
And I called my acupuncture doctor, but she was very busy.
So I was sleeping in my futon on Saturday.
I wanted to rewrite my post. And I wanted to study English. I wanted to read my friend’s blog. I couldn’t anything this weekend.
Unfortunately, I stop using English for a few days, so I forget English.
I want to be a native English speaker!!!

I am going to call my doctor again tommorow. If I go to the clinic, I will be better than now!!


At 2:21 AM , Blogger SzélsőFa said...

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At 2:21 AM , Blogger SzélsőFa said...

Dear Lucy, if you were a native speaker of English, you no longer would be a Japanese. Which I would sorry. Stay what you are and get well soon!

At 8:22 AM , Blogger Rebecca said...

Hi Lucy,
I hope you get better soon.
English is the hardest language to learn, because so many words sound the same, but have double or triple meanings. Also because of the use of past, present and future tense, it all becomes very hard, even for those who are native English speakers.
It is estimated the average English speaking knows about 44,000 words. The problem is, the language has about 258,000 words in the dialect.

You do well with your English Lucy, so don't worry too much about it.


At 12:16 PM , Blogger Jay said...

Lucy, I hope you get to feeling better quickly. I think you are doing really good with your English.

At 4:00 PM , Blogger saz said...

Dear Lucy - I hope you can see the acupuncture doctor soon. I'm amazed at how much it's helped me in just 2 visits. I also had neck trouble and she was able to reduce much of the stiffness. But headaches can be from stress so you have to destress your life too.

I think you're doing great with your English.....look at all of us who can't speak Japanese!

Relax about it and relax about your blog visits - we know you'll visit when you feel better and have time.

Just take care of yourself right now...ok?

At 7:09 PM , Blogger Kieran said...

Lucy, are there no native English speakers you could get lessons from cheaply? That might be a good way to improve. Your written English is great though.

At 11:22 PM , Blogger Lucy said...

Szélső Fa,
I respect you every time. You are not a native speaker. But always you can post something easily.
If you didn’t comment my blog, I would not be interested your country.

Hello!! Thank you. I feel better than yesterday. I restart to learn English.
By the way, before I commented your blog, I made my login name of your blog’s provider. I could do it.
But I couldn’t find how to link with my blog’s name(Lucy). Where do I read it on the documents? (I want to link my blog and my blog’s name on your comment.)
CAZZIE and Lantern Light could do it.

Thank you for comments. I have a question. Your name ‘Jay’ is man’s name?
Saz used ‘he’. But I think you are woman..

Thank you for kindly comments every time.
I need ‘relax’. But if I meet you and the other people, I can’t speak anything in English. I will be nervous. Blogs are nice tool for me.
I made appointment with my doctor on this Thursday 5:30 PM.

I like your comments.
Actually I can’t understand your comments soon sometimes. So I asked my friends(teacher) and he helps me. And I understand your comments. I think I learn and discover something of your comments.
That might be your culture and mind.

At 11:29 PM , Blogger Jay said...

Thank you for comments. I have a question. Your name ‘Jay’ is man’s name?
Saz used ‘he’. But I think you are woman"

No, I'm a guy. LOL ... My name is Jason but I go by "Jay" most of the time.

At 6:37 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope you're feeling better Lucy.

You do amazingly well with your English on this blog - I enjoy reading about you and your family.

At 10:54 PM , Blogger Rebecca said...

Hi Lucy,
I'm not sure how to do the link thing for your site. I will ask my friend who helps me with these things.
I think you have to have a WORDPRESS account to get the link to happen, but I will ask.

At 11:14 PM , Blogger Lucy said...

You are not woman! Really?
I watched your picture again and again. I was a little confused. I ask my friend about it…or I want to ask Saz.

Hello!! You are a teacher. You understand your student’s feeling.

Rebecca ,
Thank you. Maybe when I had a WORDPRESS account, I missed something.
I should try to read that homepage with my husband, when we have time.

At 5:07 PM , Blogger saz said...

Hi Lucy - Just checking in to see how you're feeling....hope your headache is gone...


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