Wishing everyone a safe and a happy holidays!

stanfordmed

11-17-2005, 07:31 PM

http://www.timog.com/gallery/files/1/8/0/032102345200Swarovsk i.jpgYokohama

Swarovski Christmas around the world (http://www.swarovski.com/index/0,2768,language%3Den %26contentId%3D3216% 26nodeId%3D68,00.htm l?cgitm=113221887628 6#)

'Just want to share the published photo of mine by Swarovski in their newsletter and magazine.

http://www.timog.com/gallery/files/1/8/0/swarovskiTree.jpg

(I’ve been a collector and an SCS member of Swarovski crystals for several years)

docomo

11-17-2005, 07:37 PM

That’s a very warm greeting from afar … I hope you’re doing good … Wait~are you here in Japan? … :slight_smile:

stanfordmed

11-17-2005, 07:58 PM

That’s a very warm greeting from afar … I hope you’re doing good … Wait~are you here in Japan? … :slight_smile:
Hi Docomo,

'Doing good, thanks.
Not back in Japan yet. Hopefully soon - too busy…
Hoping to catch up when I get back.

goodboy

11-17-2005, 08:01 PM

ei mama mimi! its good to hear from you again! we miss yah down here, when are you coming back to yokohama? temperature is going down here and will swing down to zero deg until the first quarter of next year! enyamuten manang hindi ko yata kaya magpasko dito! wanna go back to my crib! hehe miss yahh & hope to see you soon, as you go back!

best regards to Kevin & nikko

docomo

11-17-2005, 08:01 PM

Hi Docomo,

'Doing good, thanks.
Not back in Japan yet. Hopefully soon - too busy…
Hoping to catch up when I get back.

Enjoy your Christmas …Hope to see you then when you get back:)

stanfordmed

11-17-2005, 08:12 PM

ei mama mimi! its good to hear from you again! we miss yah down here, when are you coming back to yokohama? temperature is going down here and will swing down to zero deg until the first quarter of next year! enyamuten manang hindi ko yata kaya magpasko dito! wanna go back to my crib! hehe miss yahh & hope to see you soon, as you go back!

best regards to Kevin & B-Ko

Hey Mikko,
Hang in there. There’s someone there to keep you warm and to enjoy pasko anyways so stop complaining. Enjoy Japan while it last. Years from now, you’ll look back and reminisce the experiences you have had and I bet ya you’ll be grinning from ear to ear :smiley: .

'Need to get some zzz:sleep: - it’s past 3am in my time zone.
Take care.

gabby

11-17-2005, 08:18 PM

http://www.timog.com/gallery/files/1/8/0/032102345200Swarovsk i.jpgYokohama

Swarovski Christmas around the world (http://www.swarovski.com/index/0,2768,language%3Den %26contentId%3D3216% 26nodeId%3D68,00.htm l?cgitm=113221887628 6#)

'Just want to share the published photo of mine by Swarovski in their newsletter and magazine.

http://www.timog.com/gallery/files/1/8/0/swarovskiTree.jpg

(I’ve been a collector and an SCS member of Swarovski crystals for several years)

What do you know! It’s almost christmas and I don’t hear christmas bell ringing.

docomo

11-17-2005, 08:30 PM

What do you know! It’s almost christmas and I don’t hear christmas bell ringing.

you need membo man :smiley: :stuck_out_tongue:

maple

11-17-2005, 08:38 PM

What do you know! It’s almost christmas and I don’t hear christmas bell ringing.

Ei gabby,

Maybe you were too busy blowing your horn at others, thats why you dont hear the ring-a-ling - ding-dong…ang tunog ng batingaw~:p :smiley:

Peace man (jamaican accent yan!)

maple

gabby

11-17-2005, 08:40 PM

Ei gabby,

Maybe you were too busy blowing your horn at others, thats why you dont hear the ring-a-ling - ding-dong…ang tunog ng batingaw~:p :smiley:

Peace man (jamaican accent yan!)

maple

LOL:D Very funny Maple.

gabby

11-17-2005, 08:48 PM

you need membo man :smiley: :stuck_out_tongue:

Yeah you are right. Choudai!!:stuck_out_tongue:

marjie

11-17-2005, 09:16 PM

What do you know! It’s almost christmas and I don’t hear christmas bell ringing.

oo nga!di gaya sa atin ano?hay buhay miss kona mag x`mas sa pinas.

betong

11-17-2005, 10:46 PM

Not back in Japan yet. Hopefully soon - too busy…
Hoping to catch up when I get back.
Hey, it’s Stanfie!
We are missing you a whole lot here! Take care in sunny California and don’t forget your friends here in TF!
Nice shot, by the way.

Actually, where are you now, Ms. Globetrotter? Kindly tell us, lowly people desperate for holidays and a trip somewhere in the world. Hope B-K1 is doing fine.

stanfordmed

11-18-2005, 05:58 AM

Hey, it’s Stanfie!
We are missing you a whole lot here! Take care in sunny California and don’t forget your friends here in TF!
Nice shot, by the way.

Actually, where are you now, Ms. Globetrotter? Kindly tell us, lowly people desperate for holidays and a trip somewhere in the world. Hope B-K1 is doing fine.

Hey Dude!

I miss you, man. I missed your visit in Tokyo. Hopefully you visit again and go down Yokohama area. If you’re ever on that part, I’ll offer you our pad, which is mostly vacant - such a waste for not being utilized/occupied. Anyone interested on renting a room (http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ja&u=http://www.kencorp.co.jp/lease_tokusyuu/yokohama_towers/&prev=/search%3Fq%3DThe%2BY okohama%2BTowers%26h l%3Den%26lr%3D)? :smiley:

Travel delays due to my passport running out of visa pages - cannot leave the country until I get my passport back. So, I’m stuck with domestic travels only.

I’m hoping to come back soon because there’s a chance of us relocating out of Japan much earlier than expected. Though, I would like to see/travel and experience different parts of Japan first even if I have to stay there by myself. :japanese:

betong

11-18-2005, 09:06 PM

Hey Dude!

I miss you, man. I missed your visit in Tokyo. Hopefully you visit again and go down Yokohama area. If you’re ever on that part, I’ll offer you our pad, which is mostly vacant - such a waste for not being utilized/occupied. Anyone interested on renting a room (http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ja&u=http://www.kencorp.co.jp/lease_tokusyuu/yokohama_towers/&prev=/search%3Fq%3DThe%2BY okohama%2BTowers%26h l%3Den%26lr%3D)? :smiley:

Travel delays due to my passport running out of visa pages - cannot leave the country until I get my passport back. So, I’m stuck with domestic travels only.

I’m hoping to come back soon because there’s a chance of us relocating out of Japan much earlier than expected. Though, I would like to see/travel and experience different parts of Japan first even if I have to stay there by myself. :japanese:
Passport running out of visa pages, huh? Yeah, I know, the worries of the well travelled… Funny coincidence though, me, it’s my Visa that’s running out of credit…
Thanks for the offer on your pad, but I’m just a bit concerned. Do you have a cat litter box? Really need it for the excesses of my metabolism.

But, hey, why not come to Kyoto? Now is the best time to come (I know you’re still in the land of silicon boobs) (California, not Rio de Janeiro). Too bad, though you missed my buddies Junichiro and George W. Well, anyway there still is the autumn leaves. :slight_smile:

stanfordmed

11-20-2005, 05:52 AM

ei mama mimi! its good to hear from you again! we miss yah down here, when are you coming back to yokohama? temperature is going down here and will swing down to zero deg until the first quarter of next year! enyamuten manang hindi ko yata kaya magpasko dito! wanna go back to my crib! hehe miss yahh & hope to see you soon, as you go back!

best regards to Kevin & b-ko

Mikko,
'Musta na. Mr. & Mrs. na ba? Better not walk down the isle without inviting me. :stuck_out_tongue:
So temp. is going down there, eh? Here in SoCal is still in the 80’s F.

Here are photos I took at Corona Del Mar, Newport Beach yesterday.
http://www.timog.com/gallery/files/1/8/0/DSC04180.jpg http://www.timog.com/forum/images/frames/bframe/blank.gifhttp://www.timog.com/forum/images/frames/bframe/blank.gifhttp://www.timog.com/forum/images/frames/bframe/blank.gifhttp://www.timog.com/forum/images/frames/bframe/blank.gif

http://www.timog.com/gallery/files/1/8/0/DSC041791-2.jpg http://www.timog.com/forum/images/frames/bframe/blank.gifhttp://www.timog.com/forum/images/frames/bframe/blank.gifhttp://www.timog.com/forum/images/frames/bframe/blank.gifhttp://www.timog.com/forum/images/frames/bframe/blank.gif

http://www.timog.com/gallery/files/1/8/0/DSC04284.jpg http://www.timog.com/forum/images/frames/bframe/blank.gif

http://www.timog.com/gallery/files/1/8/0/DSC04290.jpg http://www.timog.com/forum/images/frames/bframe/blank.gifhttp://www.timog.com/forum/images/frames/bframe/blank.gifhttp://www.timog.com/forum/images/frames/bframe/blank.gifhttp://www.timog.com/forum/images/frames/bframe/blank.gif

stanfordmed

11-20-2005, 06:25 AM

Passport running out of visa pages, huh? Yeah, I know, the worries of the well travelled… Funny coincidence though, me, it’s my Visa that’s running out of credit…
Thanks for the offer on your pad, but I’m just a bit concerned. Do you have a cat litter box? Really need it for the excesses of my metabolism.

But, hey, why not come to Kyoto? Now is the best time to come (I know you’re still in the land of silicon boobs) (California, not Rio de Janeiro). Too bad, though you missed my buddies Junichiro and George W. Well, anyway there still is the autumn leaves. :slight_smile:

Hey polyuric,
'Don’t have cat litter box - just void in the balcony! Since the pad is a corner unit, you have access from dining room all the way to bedroom 3, so there shouldn’t be a problem. :biglaugh:

I’m missing those nice autumn foliage… :frowning: The passport takes 6 weeks, so I may as well spend Christmas here. Besides, family need me here (medically) :sick: - tell you more later. Yeah, too bad I missed your buddy PM, but don’t really care for Dubya. :slam:
:fish: :fish: :fish:

@ Docomo & Gabby,

Sayang, I missed the Yokohama EB. Sana next year there will be another one.

Take care…:grouphug:

Paul

11-20-2005, 07:18 AM

Look who’s back (on TF, at least). Thought you got quarantined along with your birdie. :smiley: Toss some California sun this way, will ya. It’s already freezing here in our corner of Japan.

And you’ve got a picture published, too. Congratulations! That’d be perfect as TF’s christmas tree. Very fitting for those of us who’d be spending a blue christmas here in JP. :slight_smile:

Hope your family’s alright. Don’t worry about the autumn leaves, we’ve already saved some for you here at TF. Just take good care of your family. I’m sure the Yokohama people would gladly have a welcome EB for you when you return. :toast:

Summer!

11-20-2005, 12:03 PM

Hello, stanfordmed, you really are so prolific, you know…such beautiful shots! hats off to you!

stanfordmed

11-21-2005, 05:55 AM

Look who’s back (on TF, at least). Thought you got quarantined along with your birdie. :smiley: Toss some California sun this way, will ya. It’s already freezing here in our corner of Japan.

And you’ve got a picture published, too. Congratulations! That’d be perfect as TF’s christmas tree. Very fitting for those of us who’d be spending a blue christmas here in JP. :slight_smile:

Hope your family’s alright. Don’t worry about the autumn leaves, we’ve already saved some for you here at TF. Just take good care of your family. I’m sure the Yokohama people would gladly have a welcome EB for you when you return. :toast:

Hey Paul,

Nice to hear from you! It feels like I am quarantined here,:peepwall: hehehe. When I was in Japan, I was missing the US, now that I’m here, I am missing Japan.:frowning: :confused:

Lot’s to worry and take care of at this time, but hopefully it will pass soon with positive outcome. TF friends keep my mind of those worries at times so I’ll try to post and respond whenever I have a chance.

Thanks for your thought and concern. 'Hope you and your family have a wonderful Holiday Season and looking forward to more great photos of yours, especially your adorable son.

Take care…
and stay warm. :wavey:

stanfordmed

11-22-2005, 02:31 AM

Hello, stanfordmed, you really are so prolific, you know…such beautiful shots! hats off to you!

Thanks, Summer!

Have a nice day! :tiphat:

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