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Today was my last day of work for the week. Tomorrow is a national holiday and I am taking Friday off just because I have extra holidays to use. To start things off, how about a few more pictures of my elementary school kids enjoying the Valentine’s Day card making?!
Might be my favorite class to teach as they are always energetic and have very positive attitudes. I took more pictures today, but you are going to have to check out my dotphoto page which is now listed under the links section to the right.
The next picture was taken by one of my co-workers of a poster that I made for her Jr. high school. Yes, I do find it amusing and sad that I have so much time at the Jr. high school I am assigned to that I am making supplies for a school I don’t go to.
OK. Now for some more Valentine’s Day goods.
As I mentioned in my previous post concerning Valentine’s Day in Japan, the big thing is handmade chocolates. Stores in Japan sells ridiculous amounts of supplies for you to make the homemade chocolates and sweets. Please note that everything in the below picture is sold for 100 yen (about $1).
However, if you are too lazy to do everything yourself, Japan also offers an assortment of mixes that included everything you need except for the baking sheet or tin. I’ll post a few pictures of these mixes now and save some for a later date.
More to come!