Training Myself.

It’s the first time for me to watch da soccer game at da stadium in Portland as well as Japan. That game was held at Portland General Electric Park, so we called PGE Park. Portland Timbers lost da game versus Montreal. These two teams are professionalized. To my surprise, there was one Japanese player who belongs to Montreal. I have no idea about his name and him, but I’m pleased to see him. It was just after 9pm that da game’s over.

I joined w/ Koji, Y. Yusuke and S. Yusuke who are cool guys. After that we visited Koji’s room to cook dinner together, tomato-meet-source. At da same time, we were excited by Wimbledon Tennis 2005. A one-hour-long boiled dinner was pretty delicious, making our stomachs stuffed. Unfortunately, Maria Sharapova was beaten by Venus Williams, 7-6, 6-1. The finals will be Lindsay Davenport vs. Venus Williams. They are powerful enough to achieve da triumph of Wimbledon. I look forward to Saturday’s game.

Before getting to PGE Park, in order to make my rotten body refresh I was running along Water Front via a bridge near Rose Garden. It may be approximately five miles long, making me likely dead. I was back to home at 6: 30pm since I started running at 5:15. I hurried to get ready for soccer that will be held at 7:00pm.

This morning I was closer to skip ESL cuz I got up at 9:30am, when ESL begins. I couldn’t believe my eyes which look da clock. No breakfast is fine. I arrived successfully on time, and I present da short dialog. I explained da structure of rainbow colors in just five minutes. I was a little bit nervous by da first presentation to Glen in this Q. Rainbow colors are roughly divided by seven colors: red, orange yellow, green, blue, indigo, purple. Additionally we call the color outside red “infrared rays”, while da color beyond purple “ultraviolet rays.”


  by tkpsu | 2005-06-30 03:44 | @Portland

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