Friday, September 11, 2009

H1N1 free

Dear sisters ...... sorry for the absence. We will be going home to Toronto tomorrow to visit my aging parents. This is kind of a sudden trip, so I was busy scouring around town for Japanese souvenirs. Hehe afterall, this is our first home visit since we moved here, can't really just bring along 2 bunches of bananas with me :) BUT I will be back (hopefully) for our Yonsama's events, I wouldn't miss this precious chance to see our handsome prince, and moreover the so many overseas sisters.

About the events, have you read from gaulsan's translation (in Quilt) that the organizers have hired a flu prevention team to install measures that control any H1N1 infection, like the thermal imagers, maybe hand sanitizers throughout the venue? They are even contemplating a liability insurance for the fans who might get infected after attending the events. Considering Japan has over 150,000 infected cases now, YES, the risk of 40000 people coop up inside a Dome does pose a risk. I think most of us fans who signed up to attend have never even linked Yonsama and H1N1 together. How thoughtful of Yong Joon and his teams to consider us at this level of details :) I hope we'll all keep ourselves safe and healthy to enjoy this wonderful meeting together :)

Since I will not have internet access back home (hehe, country side, what can I say?), so please take care my dear sisters. See you in 2 weeks when Yonsama appears to us in his handsome self, love :)


jenny said...

Hi jaime

Thanks for the link , will try and see whether i know how to do the knot. Nice to hear u are going back to toronto to see your parent. Have a nice and enjoyable holiday back home with your families. Home sweet home jaime.

Yes i have see the article and feel that our prince is so considerate towards his families. I think we will not find any other korean star like him who is so caring , kind , generous & etc. He will always give us surprise. Hope the event will be success.

Take care and have a safe journey .


yudi said...

Dear Jaime,

Just like you said I have never thought about H1N1 for the coming events, part of the reason is that you don’t see much panic here in Canada about H1N1. Thanks for our considerate and caring prince, we will be H1N1 free.

Furoshiki wrapping is so beautiful, eco-friendly and rustic, as it reminds me of my mom’s grandma, I remember she wrapped things she wanted to carry around with a piece of cloth when I was very young, although the cloth she used was far less colorful and elegant, still furoshiki reminds me of an old way of living, so natural and simple.

Dear Jaime, have a safe trip back to home, take good care of yourself, looking forward to seeing you in Tokyo.


Anonymous said...

Hi Chinggu!

Please have a very safe and wonderful trip tomorrow back home. Hope your dad will be in the pink of health when he sees you, Sean and your hubby. I know he'll be very thrilled when he gets to hear your adventures, happy stories and your infectious laughter.

Take care and we'll be waiting for you here.


Anonymous said...

Dear Jaime and Bae sisters:
Praying for you and your family, a safe and healthy trip to Canada. Hope you parents will also be in good health and quality of life.
Preventative Medicine is one of the most modern miracles of clinical research. One should not panic about H1N1, but there are measures to follow and one can read them online. The best and most comprehensive comes from the US Military websites. It would be a good idea not only to use hand sanitizers but also to wear face masks in big public gatherings? It might even be made beautiful and fashionable!
Sarang Hamnida,

xiaoyi said...

Dear Jaime,

Have a safe trip back to Canada, and I'm sure you will have a wonderful time with your family and friends there. Your parents will sure be very glad to see you and your family.

Take care and best wishes always.

Loves, xiaoyi

jaime said...

Dear jenny,

thanks for the 'home sweet home', it really reminds me that Toronto is more than just a city to me. You take care of yourself!

love ... jaime

jaime said...

Hi hi yudi,

yeah, I remember seeing some grandmas carrying babies in cloth wrap too when I was young. Hehe, I think it's wonderful that the world is taking all these eco-friendly measures like reuse and recycle.

Have a safe and pleasant flight, ok? see u soon in Tokyo!

love .... jaime

jaime said...

thanks chinggu,

there are a few other matters to attend to in TO too, so will be very busy (a bit of stress too). I will think about you and our dear sisters to keep my spirit high! Thanks for always being there for me :)

love & hugs ..... jaime

jaime said...

hi josephine,

thanks for the reminder, my hubby actually packed me some masks now. Please take care while I am away!

love ... jaime

jaime said...

Dear xiaoyi,

thanks for your email. My regards to you and your family too. Will depend on your blog for the most comprehensive BYJ updates :)

love ... jaime