今日は十二時五分、明日稽古だし・・・:

So, just another day at the company.
Except moving a work bench from the office to the lab.
Oscilloscope, power supplies, voltmeter, and random other bits and pieces that may or may not be part odd the project I’m working in now.
Back and forth between two buildings with a trolley.
Oh how bothersome I must have sounded.

一応オシロスコープをオフィスで使ってはいけないという規則があるらしい。
でもダメ出しを食らってるのはウチの使ってる作業台だけらしい。
スーパーバイザー云わく「会社とはそういうところさ」。
まあ、世の中そういうところですからね。
しょうがないっちゃあしょうがないのかもしれませんね。
個人的には実験室に移ることが嬉しいのですが。
向こうのほうが広いし。
あ、あと今日は髪を切りに行きました。
やっぱり散髪のあとは頭が軽く感じます。
大して髪を短くしていなくとも。

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The gates that sit in the water at Miyajima.
Since it was low tide I may have been able to stand out there, though whether it would have been allowed is another question.
As I said before, I would like to go again at high tide to see the shrine floating on the water.
The sunlight (or lamplight) reflecting off of the water would cast rippling reflections on the ceiling adding to the feel of the place.
They apparently do weddings there as well.
I can imagine that it would be very nice but very costly…
In Japan, there are two patterns of marriage ceremonies in general.
The first is a church style where the bride wears the western white wedding dress and the groom wears a suit or tux.
The second is a shrine wedding where the bride wears a white kimono and large headdress and the groom wears a kimono, haori, and hakama.
Both have their customs and both have their supporters.
I would be fine with whatever my significant other wants, though I would like to see them in both outfits at sometime or the other.