She also told me that the festival is very fun and that most families with young girls display special dolls Watashi no tomodachi wa hina maturi wa san gatsu mikka dato oshiete kuremashita. Kanojo wa sono matsuri ga totemo omoshirokute, wakai on'nanoko ga iru ooku no katei de tokubetsu na ningyou o kazaru to oshiete kuremashita. On the 3rd of march, my friend invited me to celebrate hina matsuri with her family.
I'm paying so I'm choosing My son applied to two different private schools for his upcoming middle school year, and so far he got accepted into one of them. We're still waiting to hear from the other school. I know it's wrong, but I'm hoping he doesn't get accepted into the other school.
Yes, I know, bad mom. You see, I really want him to go to the school that accepted him so far. My husband and bff graduated from there, and they turned out fine.
Everyone knows the competition to get into the top 3 private schools here in Hawaii is intense. I think there are 80 openings and over applicants, or something like that.
The prospective student needs to take an exam and score within the acceptable range in order to be considered, in addition to being active in extra-curricular activities, and I'm so happy he got accepted. However, he wants to attend the other school that we're going to hear from on Saturday. He likes the campus.
Yes, the campus is really nice. And the tuition costs for both schools are the same. Sure, the nice campus has their own ceramics kiln thing, which no other school has.
Dude, I'm not paying as much as I am to have him do ceramics, so that is a moot issue anyway. So why do I want him to attend the first school that accepted him?
I like the vibe I got from the first school better. I liked the fact that they made an effort to show us why we should send our children there for an education. I liked the fact that both the dean and the principal seemed to be approachable and if I had any questions I always had someone to ask.
I liked the fact that they went over their design thinking implementations and the courses the children could take. I liked the fact that they have a system where I can monitor my kid's grades online. The second school really didn't make much of an effort, because they're "this school" and we're the lucky ones they're picking us.
I remember they had some kind of 3 teaching team that all meets in the center room and the school was designed around that philosophy, blah blah. Nice, but I'm not sending him there based on what the classroom set up is.
I want him to get a good education, and they didn't go over that. I understand competition is tough, but I am in no shape or form wealthy and the amount of money i'm spending isn't pocket change for me.
A little effort would have been nice. They had a student show us around campus because "what better way to see it than from with someone who goes there" or some crap like that. Unfortunately the student couldn't answer my questions about the curriculum or things like that.
I'm a freaking accountant, I question everything. It was a "does anyone have any questions?
Yes, I could have asked my 15 or so unanswered questions but the other parents were asking things like "How many open positions? Everyone, except me, seemed to take it for granted that the educational style was perfect for their child. The funny thing is I know more people that have a connection with the second school.
My husbands niece and nephew both currently attend that school. My cousin used to work there. My husband's bosses send their children there. Generally if you were to ask people the second school would be considered the number one private school on Oahu. And I'm all about having the best for my kids.
But in this case, I just like the first school better. The first school would probably be considered 3rd, but to me it's my number 1 pick.I'm writing an essay, and to lead into the next paragraph I need to start with, "From here (which is "korekara" I believe) I would like to talk about 2 of my family members, my brother and my mom." I.
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Kore Wa Watashi No Kazoku .
Apr 22, · Answer - Uchi (or "Watashi") no kazoku ni ha, yo nin desu. (Do you use kazoku when referring to your family even if the person asking the question used gokazoku? The show makes no secret of its themes - every single episode, Watashi laments the fact his dreams elude him.
Every single episode, Watashi curses fate for all the things he can’t control, and even those he can but chooses to believe he cannot (his ability to rationalize and lack of self-awareness is .
Aug 17, · Original Kinyoobi-watashi wa gogo shichi-ji ni kazoku de honba to ongaku o kikimasu Correction Kinyoubi-watashi wa gogo shichi-ji kara kazoku to issho ni honba no ongaku o kikimasu Original Doyoobi-watashi wa departo de nihon no kamera o kaimasu Correction Doyoubi-watashi wa departo de nihon no kamera o kaimasu Alps Monogatari: Watashi no Annette episode 5 * Based on the children`s book Treasures of the Snow by Patricia Mary St.
Johnyear-old Annette was born into a poor family in Switzerland. Together with her family she lives in a small village in the Alps.