Thursday, December 08, 2005

Pizza and nabe

My stomach is happy with homemade pizza I just made and ate with these girls. I have 2 classes with the middle girl, Aya, so last week I went to their apartment for a nabe party. Nabe (Japanese soup) is really popular to eat during the winters in Hokkaido because #1 its so darn cold outside, #2 its cheap to make #3 it's oishii! Today I hung out with them again and showed everyone how to make homemade pizza. It was great fun!

I got an e-mail this week from the international student office requesting me and the other American girl to go to a voice audition this Saturday afternoon. What kind of voice audition? Apparently, if I get this job, my voice will be on some kind of Japanese video game produced by GameSoft. Some things you just never think you will do in life... Anyway, I get $50 bucks just for auditioning. It will be an interesting experience I'm sure!

This is at a Christmas party with the student cell group at my church. I started going to Sapporo International Church a few weeks ago and really like it there. The pastor is Korean and we have people from all over the world, but most of the members are Japanese. They have so much love; I am looking forward to learning from and growing with Japanese Christians this year.


G-rant said...

Lindsey, I have no idea what oishi is?? I hope you voice gets in a video Game I will buy it for the laugh of it. Your Voice will probably be some ninja... I pray for your safety and hope for you the best. You are my Favorite little Sis and I miss you very much.

holz said...

dude whats your digitz

holz said...

hey hoser so when can i talk to you like on a phone or somethin, i know your mom has some tech thing at the house, but i dont know how to use it, so anyways i have this myspace and i just figured out how to use it so you can talk with me on that if the phone thing dosent happen. anyways i love you.