The day after yesterday
What is “the day after yesterday”? Is it a correct saying?
Yesterday, we had a family reunion lunch, 14 persons gathered together, and everybody has their mobil (cellphone). In Taiwan, mobil is very popularization, even a 6 years old child who can have a mobil.
Speaking of lunch, we do like to have a feast together. Westerners use rectangle table for eating, but we prefer to use round table to eat together. And our point of view is that we can see each other clearer and easier with using round table.
A couple of friends told me that I could introduce more stuff of Taiwan, yes, I would and have to do it, but I don’t want to do it by deliberate intention. Blog is like an online diary, I talk or chat with you about my life, my interests, my thought, my idea, my notion, and something happened around me. And because I am in Taiwan, for this reason, I would and have to introduce Taiwan, and except for this scenario, I don’t want to introduce Taiwan on purpose, according to my opinion, choreographed introduction of Taiwan that is not the style of BBC student blog.
The reunion lunch of yesterday, everybody talked, chatted, played, laughed and enjoyed, it was so full and so blooming, On the contrary, it feels so quiet today, it’s kind of living in a different world.
Quiet can mean in peace, or it can be empty or lonely, that depends on one’s mood.
I incidentally asked my wife Wendy what should I write on Monday, what is the topic? She knew that I just ask her without expecting answer, unexpectly she repied without thinking that my blog today is ‘the day after yesterday’ or ‘the day after Mother’s Days’ mm..mm..mm..mm..mm…
No one knows what words will come out from your mouth?
James Zhih-Cheng Wu
Photos：Round table in Taiwan.
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