Thursday, September 22, 2011

After the Canada Trip / カナダ旅行から戻って

I safely returned from my two-week Canada trip from Vancouver, and returned to the normal routine. The twice-a-week blindness rehabilitation training and occasional check-ups on my eyes and heart.

From May, I proposed to my mobility coach that I want to learn to walk down the street in Fukuoka Tenjin area, and be confident with dropping by a coffee shop and take a break!

My mobility coach is replaced, and he has done a tremendous work on me: By July, I learned to go to McDonalds and order some lunch, and learned to go to cafe veloce for some coffee. Moreover, I learned to take public transportations like Nishitetsu bus and train, and I no longer be hesitent to go to DOUTOR coffee shop at Nishitetsu Fukuoka Tenjin station.

If I have specific goal, like food, I tend to learn faster!

Still, when I return home, my parents insisted me to stay inside. My success in hanging out the Tenjin area by myself was not a powerful event to convince me to let free from home...





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