We celebrate New Years Day at our home.
We held oshogatsu at our home again. This year was much less hectic than last year, probably because we had many fewer people drop by.
As we have for the past few years, we hosted Oshogatsu. For four days, we had been shopping, chopping, cooking, cleaning, and arranging for our largest get-together of the year. This year, we think we had 50-60 guests drop by at one point or the other, including family, friends, neighbors, teammates, current co-workers, old co-workers,… Read More »