Today I got up at six. It is cloudy this morning.
Yesterday I attended a seminar about adult ADHD and ASD. ADHD iS not common for Japanese. We imagine people having ADHD don’t orient themselves to the community and often trouble others. I’m not sure if ADHD is character or disease. In Japan we conceive a prejudice against mental disease.
Today I got up at a half past six. It is cloudy and going to rain afternoon.
I’ve lived in Tokorozawa, Saitama for eighteen years. I like the town but I’d like to move to Minato or Chuo Ward in Tokyo in future.
My mother lived alone in Tokyo for fifteen years. After she had dementia, she moved to a town in Saitama. It is not her hope. She still tell us she’d like to go back to her apartment in Tokyo. Her apartment was filled in garbage. Her belongings in her apartment was precious things for her, but they were just garbage for others. If she hadn’t bought high quality goods, she could have real estate and continue to live in Tokyo, I suppose.
Today I got up at six.
Last night I practiced yoga at a fitness center for a hour. I’ve got tired and went to bed early. Now I have still muscular pain.
Exercise feels refreshed. I’m going to continue yoga every Friday.
Today I got up at six.
I know exercise is good for me but I don’t do any exercise recently. I’ve gained weight. My stomach is middle-aged spread.
Then I’ve decided I do yoga every Friday at a fitness center. I’ll continue exercise.
Today I got up at six. It’s still raining this morning.
The book which a man suffered from dementia was shocking for me. Yesterday I met my mother who had dementia in a nursing home. She told she’d like to go home. She lived alone but her room filled with garbage and her doctor forbade her living alone from now on. Now lease contract was canceled.
The author described people with dementia wanted that others listened to their hope. However we ignore her hope. I’m worrying if she feels happy in the nursing home.
Please show me the trick!
Today I got up at half past seven. It is raining this morning.
I’ve started to read a book about a man suffering from premature dementia. He was diagnosed with premature dementia at fifty one years old. Many people have dementia in future. But it is too young at fifty’s. He’s still lived alone and involved in volunteer work.
I’ve found quite a good book!
Today I got up at six. It is raining this morning.
My firm belief and prompt action…I don’t have them yet. I always hesitant what to do and I don’t act anything finally. I’d like to help tourists and elderly people. I’m planning to have a business concerned with travel and welfare.
Today I got up at six in Japan as usual. I’m still sleepy.
I enjoyed myself in Sydney. I like traveling. It makes me happy.
I’d like to manage a vacation rental in Japan. I like a high-grade hotel but I’d like to have an ordinary life during my trip. I imagine a vacation rental at an one-story house. It is an old Japanese style house with a back yard and it is like B & B. As B & B is not popular in Japan, I’d like to stay there when I travel.
I’m usually pushed for time.
Now I feel how difficult to kill time. Here in Sydney nobody knows me. Of course I’m not a famous in Japan neither. I always care of others.
I had time to think about myself in Sydney. Do or not do!