August 31, 2009

Times, they are a changin'〓

The elections in Japan for the lower house reps, ended yesterday with the Lberal Democratic Party winning a "landslide victory". Please check out this news if you haven't already. I'd love to talk more about this but I am typing this with one finger...on my, yes, phone.

I am in Tokyo because my job is "a changin'" tomorrow. I will be attending a meeting tomorrow and will be here for two more days for...I'm not sure what... but I'll let you know so long as it is not confidential ;-)

Oh, I arrived just an hour or so before the TYPHOON got here too!
The view from my phone:


Delwyn said...

Hi Tulsa
I saw the election results on TV and now Au is expecting big things of Japan...

A typhoon???

Good luck tomorrow...

Happy days

Lola said...

Hopefully the new gov't will bring good things.
What do you mean, "a typhoon" ???? Seriously? And that shot taken with your GREAT phone looks like you're in a sky scraper. Not fun.

Congratulations on the new job!
~Lola xx

I_am_Tulsa said...

Typhoon - as in weather - a hurricane! LOL
Typhoons are pretty "normal" in Japan. They are a pain in the ...rear... because it gets hard to travel etc. Right now it is more like some strong winds but mostly rain!

My hotel room is pretty high up but I don't mind the height!
The lights are pretty outside!

willow said...

Cool picture of wet Japan. Stay safe and dry!

Carol @ TheWritersPorch said...

No hurricane for us, as of yet! Two more weeks and we should be passed the danger! :) Good luck on your new job!

Chiara.u said...

Wow a typhoon! and you took it with you NEW BEAUTIFUL PHONE!!! Come and visit me... there's an award for you :)

Frances said...

Hello from New York, Tulsa.

It is grand to know that you'll be able to fill us in on what you think might be the true results of last week's elections.

We had an amazing election over here last fall, and now begin to realize just how difficult it is for change to take place. So many vested interests see no value whatsover in having change take place.

Time, of course, does allow gradual change to come to all of us. Cell by cell, wrinkle by wrinkle, perhaps also new realization by realization.

Best wishes to you all in Japan. May the weather be kind and the people find the future continuing to promise better days. xo

kristina said...

congratulations on your new phone :-)
if you have time and want to, it would be interesting to hear more about what you think the change in goverment will mean for Japan.
have a good week and stay away from the typhoons :-)

julochka said...

there is change in the air all around. from my perspective, i wish it would hurry up!! and not come with a bunch of rain...