This time I'll write in English as I know Kyoko I (the first/primera) is following the blog. Sometimes I come accross people who absolutely go out of their way to make me feel welcomed. Kyoko (and her husband) is one of those. Trying to read my blog, seeing my frustrated face - and she decides to drive for one hour to visit me in my office, bringing a home made apple cake (nam, nam!), flowers from her garden, Carp cakes (Hiroshima's baseball team), and manga - "Hiroshima's Revival" to ensure that I learn more about the area's history and cultureSo now I'm going to read manga for the first time in my life (never seen it on TV either), luckily in English. She also introduced me to another Kyoko, one working at the university, trying to ensure that I know more people in my surroundings who speaks English so I don't have to feel so lonely.
My point here being that sometimes we can be a significant person in another's life, contributing to inclusion in society. Let's go for it! Kyoko I, the hero of this week :-)