Had my Japanese oral interview exam as well, which went good. Pretty much talked my head off without skipping a beat. Never mind that I didn't know that asking about my siblings on ”いくつですか？” meant "How old are they?" and I totally missed it. Oh well, no one's perfect.
And just today, I took an hour long train ride, and then another 40 minute or so walk to Argosy Publishing, to do some field study. Not a bad place it was. The Vice President, Daniel Rausch, was a nice dude and was cool enough to let this retarded Asian college kid come in and ask him questions. They basically publish books and do animation on Medicine/Health/Sports related books, which is a pretty detailed process. Not exactly my kind of thing, as I'm no medical student. It was still interesting though. Still that fact that the entire journey there and back took me about 3 hours and cost me 4 bucks, was kinda icky since I was there for barely an hour. Boy was I beat.
If that wasn't enough, I still have a paper to write, a project to do, a portfolio to compile and a Japanese final. Meeting up with my friend, Yuna, for our pair project. Heaven knows why that gal called me before class to ask whether I wanted to do the project with her. I'm no genius. Oh well. No rest for the wicked I guess.