Our time here is so brief, less than two weeks packed with work, travel and tattoos, so we are not spending a lot of that time at home.
Even getting sick with a pretty nasty cold hasn't been able to keep me from walking around Tokyo, visiting Izumi in Fukuyama or getting tattooed for what seemed like a million hours yesterday.
Yes, that was yesterday and i haven't even blogged about Allan's session yet!
Bad, blogger, bad.
But we do have wifi at home and at the shop, so there's still lots of instagramming going on, as you can see below.
My plan to bring the S90 with me everywhere failed miserably. But not because i didn't feel like taking non-iphone pictures, no, it was because Allan got me a beautiful analog camera that i have been taking with me everywhere instead! So if i'm lucky, some of these pictures have turned out nice and i'll be able to post a few of them here when i get home. And the first roll was black and white, so i'll be able to make prints of that in our own dark room. Pretty stoked about that actually!
But, like i said, i don't have long before i have to go again, so the quickest update possible: stress and anxiety levels are within totally acceptable parameters, weirdness about being back has been replaced with total happiness about feeling at home, thigh looking about ten times cooler than yesterday morning, and hey, i finally met a baby that i thought was just as cute as a puppy and it liked me back!
Good stuff that i'll get into in my next post (which i hope will be posted here, in Japan, tomorrow).
From the instamagrams...
(1. I haven't done much shopping yet, but i did buy these sweet new socks 2. My new baby! 3. Sign in Asakusa 4. I could live off ekiben, easily! 5. The best t-shirt in the world arrived the day we left for Japan... I love it Sarah! 6. Back at Yellow Blaze, for Allan's session 7. Also at the studio 8. Allan's back is almost finished 9. Our foxy foxes! 10. Chinatown moment in Yokohama 11. The largest bag of cabbage snacks at ドン・キホーテ 12. Our Shinkansen tickets to go see Izumi... with the Nozomi! I'll explain why that's a big deal in another post)