A Day of Firsts

Today was the first day of 2nd and 4th grade for The Cuties.

It was their first day walking to the bus in a major city.

It was their first day heading off to school in Japan.

And it was my first day on my own, without my family in Tokyo.

So I did what any other Mom would do ~ wherever she might be in the world ~ I sat at Starbucks with some new friends and then we all went to Costco without the children.

Only in Japan, Costco delivers!  Woo Hoo!

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7 Responses to A Day of Firsts

  1. Janine says:

    Costco delivers?? How does that work? You put it in the cart, pay for it and then it magically shows up at your home? Within hours or what? I think you’re just making things up now to make us all jealous!🙂

  2. feltsocute says:

    LOL! You pay for it, and then you pay again to have it delivered {not so magical, eh!}. They deliver it the next day within a window of your choosing. But since this is apartment living, it’s ideal to have someone else have to schlep multiple trips up and down, so I figure that’s the magical part! They won’t however deliver perishables. But the international grocery store here DOES deliver everything within about an hour!

  3. Michelle says:

    Wow, that sounds cool! Hope you guys are settling in there. Haven’t been here since the flights got cancelled! And, hope your daughters have a great year.

  4. Ahh, thank heaven for Costco! How fascinating to be living abroad. I am signing up to follow & experience your life in Japan vicariously! Can’t wait to check back with you.

    Warmly, Michelle

  5. Kelsey says:

    I am so glad you are taking us along on this journey to Japan. I hope the girls really enjoyed their first day at school!! I can’t wait to see all of your other ‘firsts’ in Japan!

    On a sidenote – You need to start selling some washi tape for real!! I would buy it in a heartbeat!🙂

  6. Was all the food that expensive? $200 for watermellon? wow. I’d go crazy in that store too. Looks like so much fun!!!

  7. feltsocute says:

    Not all the food was quite that expensive, although everything here is much more expensive than it is in the US.

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