For those of you who don’t know Kris injured his hamstring a couple of weeks ago. Thankfully it wasn’t serious and after being on the DL for the last two weeks he now has the go ahead to resume normal practice. He will pitch a minor league game later this week to make sure everything goes smoothly.
Since Kris has been hurt we have been staying pretty low key. We have tried new restaurants around Hiroshima, checked out a new mall, watched Carp games at cute happy hour spots, shopped, and started cooking at home more. I don’t have many pictures to share but I will post a few random selfies below! This year has been quite the roller coaster for us and has taken a lot of adjusting and positive mind sets. With that being said, to the people who have left me comments saying I should not have this blog, and I should not be showing Kris and I enjoying ourselves while he isn’t on the main roster because it isn’t the Japanese culture, this blog is a very small glimpse into our lives. I don’t share the 6 to 8 hours a day he’s at the field, working hard, staying focused, and doing his job. I don’t share how hard it is for him to be sick or injured, I choose to share the happy moments. If you do not agree with that or approve of our lifestyle I’m sorry, but maybe my blog is not for you. I hope everyone who has met us know we live in a different country away from our family and friends (which is sometimes hard and lonely) for one reason and one reason only, baseball. That does not mean we aren’t allowed to enjoy the beautiful country we are in while doing so; we try to respect and enjoy everything about our second home, Japan! Thank you to those who leave nice, uplifting, and positive comments you’re the reason I keep this blog going.
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