Today I would like to say “congratulations!!” to all my friends in Fukui Daigaku who their graduation day. Also I would like to say ” I’m really really sorry” that I can’t join your graduation party this night.
I only knew you for a very very short time, maybe about two months. Even it’s only two months, all of you were very kind to me, a foreigner who can’t speak Japanese fluently. Lots of things I treasured when I was with you all.
So, today, I write this post with hope you could read this, my gratitude for being able to meet you guys. For two months full of laugh and experience. For you who so kind to me, understand my capability, and accept me as a lab mate. I hope I could meet you guys again, maybe in Fukui station, maybe in mall, or maybe just pass by in the street.
You are the first person I saw when I entered Sakurai-sensei room, and I knew that you are a very very good person. I was right. You are the person who could bring up the tension in our lab, who could cheer anyone in our lab. And you are the person who always talked to me when I couldn’t understand the others conversation in lab. Your english is very good, maybe better then I am. I like when you share everything about Japan to me. I will never forget the time when you sang the Arashi’s song. Thank you for always talking to me, surely I will miss those times.
Hey, I will continue your experiment about HBCD. Wish me luck, then ^^ Furia-kun, thank you so much for teaching me about gas chromatography, extraction, destruction, and so on so on. So many knowledge I got from you. Thank you for being so patient when you teach me, for always preparing electronic dictionary to translate nihongo to eigo, for always smiling. Thank you so much!!!! Thank you so much!!!
Honestly, I like your fashion ^^ for two months sitting beside you, it was a good time. I still remember when you try so hard to explain your research theme to me, but I just get it a little, I am so sorry >.< Also, thank you so much for explain the glucose measurement method, without you I couldn’t understand those kanji. Thank you for sharing your drawer with me. ^^
I envy you, seriously! We are about at the same age, but you already have a child. Hahahahaha… Ne, Nishitani-san, I am sorry for the first time I forgot your name, and then I called you Erika-san. Even Tani-san who close to you called your family name, I rudely called you with your first name. I am so sorry. Thank you for always checking the food composition before you gave me. I really really appriciate it. When I see you, I see a good mom. Haruto-kun must be lucky to have a mom like you.
Thank you for accompanied me to make an alien card, passbooks, and also apato insurance. Thank you for lending me your phone number. I wish you luck in your new company. Ganbatte, ne!
Your smile is so bright, makes you a warm person. Either your english or nihonggo, both are so good. It was nice to talk with you. I hope we can talk about everything again. Also, you must come to Bali, yes you are!
Maybe I seldom talked with you. A nice memory I have about you is when you asked me about did I remember your name. And then when I answered it correctly, you are so happy. Of course I remember! You are the third person I remember after Okado-senpai and Inoue-kun. Ichihara-kun, from now on, ganbatte ne!! ^^
For the name I mentioned above, it’s really really sad for me because I could not meet you today and say “omedetou” properly. Especially for Inoue-san and Ichihara-kun. And I feel regret that I could not catch up in the party. But it is a waste to regret it. I hope you all the bright future. Someday, we will meet again ^^
For Kogetsu-san, Tani-san, Fuji-senpai, Hori-kun, and Oba-kun, we will meet again in Sakurai-sensei seminar. From now on, maybe I will ask a lot to you all. Yoroshiku onegaishimasu!