Thurday morning, 10.40 class with my sensei.
I arrived at 10.38 in front of the class door, my hand was reaching the door knob while the door suddenly open.
“Konnichiwa…” I greeted him.
“Ah.. konnichiwa.” he replied.
I came in and before he went out, he suddenly said, “Oh, thanks for the greeting card. Perfect!”
Ha? I was confused. What greeting card? Perfect???
Suddenly I remembered that I sent him a new year card, written in kanji. Well actually I just wrote it since the words itself came from my friend’s suggestion. I wrote the kanji based on the possible strokes writing direction (I’ve learned how to write several chinesse kanji when I took Mandarin Course, but it’s definetely not for the kanjis I wrote back then… There’s a lot of new kanjis), wrote it vertically, aaaand…. you should see it that IT’S NOT STRAIGHT!
So, after the kanji things, I wrote this in English:
PS: Sorry Sensei if there’s any mistakes in my Kanji. But anyway, happy new year!
Well, I guess he understand what I wrote (while I really have no idea what are those kanji means, and once again, it’s not straight!).
But to say it’s perfect???
At least he understands it… Hahaha…