Snacks, snacks. Japanese snacks. Cheap but good crackers.
It didn’t even look right. It was stretched too long and it looks like misshapen animals. oh well, it was a first try. It tasted delicious and scrumptious anyways!
So I went back to Little Tokyo for food and free magazines. This is yet another post about food sweets and good fun.
Okay, the top two photos are from Mitsuru Café as well as the third photo. They sell mocha balls, takoyaki, imagawayaki, potato croquettes, shrimp balls, chicken karaage, and red bean bread. The fourth photo is from Aloha Café on 2nd street, I bought Loco Moco. It is basically white rice, covered with eggs, gravy, and hamburger and onions. The fifth photo is a curry donut from Yamazaki Bakery, right near Mitsuru Café. Yamazaki Bakery was the same place I bought the half chocolate half vanilla ice cream cone. The bakery has pastries, cake, food, ice cream, drinks and bread. All of these places in Little Tokyo have great places to get something sweet, something savory, and something scrumptious! Besides, there are plenty of other places to go to besides the Japanese Village Plaza Mall. If you go there, you will see for yourself. 😀
A few days ago, I went online to my junior college’s website and the new schedules for Winter and Spring 2016 was updated. I clicked on the links right away to see the entire PDF. I know what I want for winter and I am figuring out what I need to take to get my transfer and degree units for spring. Of course, winter is limited and spring is fully loaded with loads of classes.
There are plenty of classes that I want to take like Zumba or Costume and Fashion History. There are also classes I need like Earth Science or Psychology or English. I need to make the right decisions that will be good for me and good for me to finish school.
But what about what is good for me?
I usually take 3 classes, will I finally take the big step of taking 4 classes and have double digits like 12 units?
Am I ready for this? Can I manage a full load? Everything I will need to do to graduate and move onto a four year is in my hands. Well, my winter registration appointment will be on the day of Halloween. I’ll be taking a class called Children’s Literature or English 218. My spring appointment hasn’t been given to me just yet.
Decisions, decisions. What to do…