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  • What do we have here?

  • Curly hair day! Crazy hair girls!

  • Crazy hair girls? We should do this from crazy hair day!

  • Yeah and then paint our hair and do this on top!

  • What- how long do you have to leave this in?

  • All night. All night!

  • Alright, well we'll see tomorrow what it looks like!

  • [Life in Japan Theme Song]

  • Oh, the hair things are coming out?

  • Here we go...

  • When you live in a house full of girls, you never know what a new day might bring.

  • Part of the adventure of living is discovering what each day has in store,

  • and today we're trying some new hairstyles.

  • The big question iswill they like it or not?!

  • Oh it's so cool Anna!

  • Let's see.

  • Poor Becca had to do it herself!

  • If I go like that... oh my goodness!

  • You don't like it? Anna!

  • I love it! It's super cute!

  • I though tour hair was going to be longer... It's so cute!

  • Oh my goodness! Aren't you freakin' adorable!

  • Oh, that turned out so good, huh honey?!

  • Do you like it? Uh huh.

  • Good. Did you show Vovó?

  • Ahhh!

  • It takes you 10 seconds just to get out of there!

  • Daddy, do you know...

  • There's a river over there?

  • Yeah- just a little river.

  • As spring moves on in Japan, you can count on the blooming of the azaleas.

  • We're going to a place nearby famous for the pastel polka dots that fill the landscape.

  • I'm tired of walking.

  • Well some of them are just getting going and others are all done.

  • I'm going to just jump down right here. Ok, just jump down.

  • This is a good place to do a cannonball inside the water.

  • Let's walk up.

  • This pine tree's so interesting.

  • It is an interesting pine tree.

  • I love how they prune all their trees.

  • OK, let's go down the hill.

  • This was the earliest spring in 1500 years in Japan...

  • That's what I read in the news.

  • And it was amazing for sakura, but it is not good for the azaleas.

  • So we're getting ready for Mother's Day at church

  • So if you're in the Tokyo area and you would like to come to our church for Mother's Day, May 9

  • Please come. If you're a mother, we'll have a special gift and the children are going to do a special presentation.

  • A view of the cityand the highway!

  • These quiet moments before the family gets up are precious.

  • For me, a good start to the day involves a fresh pot of coffee, a comfortable seat and a beautiful sunrise.

  • Nothing feeds my soul like reading the Bible,

  • and going for a walk outside in nature rejuvenates the mind and body.

  • It's like starting the day off with a mini-vacation.

  • I'm a firm believer in a good morning routine that sets your day up for success.

  • Do you have a favorite morning routine?

  • Are we working on our puzzle over here?

  • Yeah, I'm finishing it. Finishing it, oh my goodness.

  • Just the dark pieces left here? Yeah, it's hard.

  • I have a lot to get done each week, but working from home allows a certain flexibility that I really appreciate.

  • Without it, there wouldn't even be a Life in Japan video each week!

  • What do you see over there?

  • Tons and tons of city as far as you can see!

  • No way. Yes way!

  • Leopard Luiza came to the zoo!

  • There's a tree tunnel?!

  • Really?!

  • Whoa!

  • There you are!

  • Are you climbing up the tree, dude?

  • Supe rad, huh?!

  • Spider monkey!

  • You're going to try to stick your head out?! I don't think so, Dude.

  • He went high.

  • I know, I couldn't find him at first.

  • How far are they?

  • It's a pretty little park here.

  • I gotta pee.

  • You do too? Well, a little bit. But I ain't peeing at these places.

  • Nope, I hold it.

  • Let's go Joshua!

  • Here he comes! Dude, nice!

  • Yes! Whoa, the benefits of being tall!

  • It is finally finished! Yea!

  • What a puzzle!

  • Very cool, huh?

  • This is a a cool part.

  • If it goes like this, it won't break.

  • This is how youif you don't want to break it

  • Oh wow, look at that! If there's customers and stuff and you don't want to break your puzzle.

  • Customers!

  • Then you roll it up

  • And it won't break.

  • I like it. It sounds like it breaking.

  • It does sound like it's breaking, massively.

  • But it's not! Here, I can open it and show you.

  • Not bad.

  • It's main mostly for when you're still making it.

  • All the empty pieces and you still don't want to put it away

  • Very cool! But it's still not that bad!

  • No, it's amazingly well. OK, can we put this away now? The puzzle away?

  • That's so amazing! Wow, wow!

  • Anna-Cakes! Yes?

  • What are you caking over here?

  • I'm making fried chicken.

  • Fried chicken. Whoa!

  • Want to see when I'm going to put it in?

  • Viola! Viola!

  • Let me show you how you're supposed to do it.

  • You're supposed to put one side in carefully,

  • And then you can slowly drop it. OK.

  • Rebecca, what is 6th grade homework like?

  • Hard. Is it hard? Harder than 5th grade?

  • Yes. Way harder?!

  • It's not that it's harder, there's just a lot more, huh?

  • Mmmm hmmm.

  • A lot more homework! They're getting you ready for junior high school I think, huh?

  • Mmmm, maybe.

  • Are you helping Joshua? What are you doing?

  • Oh, I see. So you have to take it out of there, huh?

  • Yeah. OK.

  • Then where does it go? Oh I see.

  • And then this will go in the fridge?

  • Oh good job!

  • That's a good helper.

  • Mommy, isn't it done?

  • OK.

  • Sarah, there's something you can help me with... Huh?

  • Smile at the camera.

  • And tell me... what is 2nd grade like? Is it harder than 1st grade?

  • Well...

  • It's like, you do a lot of kanji... A lot of kanji?

  • There's a lot of things, stuff to do

  • Yeah?

  • The teacher puts timers on to do stuff.

  • Oh cool! It's kind of like when we're at home eating and then daddy puts on a timer for you to finish!

  • 6th grade, two pages...

  • Reading aloud, math, English, social studies

  • Kanji and write something right, right here.

  • So for all of my foreigner friends... this little thing is amazing!

  • There's this tiny little space between my fridge and the wall that's absolutely wasted space...

  • And you can buy these little rolling shelves.

  • Oh my goodness!

  • And actually, I think you can buy an attachment to make it go even taller.

  • Which I'm looking for, and I haven't found it.

  • Not quite sure if I know how to search for it.

  • Then it just slides right next to my fridge.

  • Extra storage. Wasted space, problem solved.

  • Oh! You scared me so bad!

  • Don't! Just stop scaring me!

  • I think that was a little exaggerated.

  • Are you girls cleaning your room?

  • No, I'm going to get a bath.

  • Oh, you're going to get a bath. Well it looks like this room should becleaned, huh?

  • I'm getting ready for tomorrow.

  • Oh you are? You're getting ready for tomorrow? Well that's good at least.

  • At least?! I'm just getting ready for school! Isn't that good?!

  • Everyday, or at least every other day I try to get out, and get a jog in.

  • Get moving because that helps you feel so much better.

  • Especially exercizing on a regular basis.

  • What's going on here?

  • So did you finish your homework? Look how much English!

  • So this is what? English with Japanese?

  • Yeah- I write the Japanese and then dog... Neko, cat...

  • Cool! Good job.

  • What are you doing to your big sister?!

  • Ow! Big sister won, it looks like.

  • I won!

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  • It's the end of the day, the kids are in bed, so what are we going to do now?!

  • Fill out paperwork for school. Fill out paperwork for school!

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A Life That Holds Together | Life in Japan Episode 105

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    Summer posted on 2021/04/30
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