Things I accomplished despite not having all the right information and have to go back to places more than once.
- Took a tour of the fitness center - rather awesome and impressive with lots of fun free classes - fitness is very important to the military.
- Tried to get a library card - after Cheyenne's library it's had for any other library to be all that awesome, the collection is on the small and old side, but I am confident that I'll get some awesome stuff out of there.
- Toured the Arts and Crafts Center. They actually have an art supply store! It's a little heavy on the scrap booking supplies, but that can be worked around. I might not have to get everything offline all the time. I have a feeling that the internet is going to be the only way I'm going to get a hold of yarns, floss, or fabric for a while. I'm going to have to improve my Japanese - and speedily.
- Got my Japanese drivers liscense. They drive on the opposite side of the road than we do in the states so every time we take a right hand turn I think that I am going to die. Plus all the signs are wonky. Also, drinking and driving is a really really bad idea here - the BAC level is .025, which equals like half a beer.
- Took the Red Cross Volunteers course. I'm going to be volunteering with the legal office here on base. I'm be like a secretary - but I will be privi to confidential information. I'm a little excited to learn new things about the legal system. According to Raxsel at the Family Readiness Center - Military law is different from Civilian law, and then living over seas makes it completely different from either of those. Sounds like fun.