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RE: Helping a friend in Crisses

Published July 11, 2011 by ladyserenity92

I just got one person reading my post about Yu Konna. The young man who I was trying to locate.

This is a very good sign that someone out there knows that he’s alive.

Just as soon as I start going bilingual once again, I’m asking people from all over your updates about the tsunami crises in Japan.

I know there’s so much happiness to report.

So many that I cannot post it here.

Go to my Facebook page.

I’m Juanita J!

Go for broke!

Thank you!

Keep Japan in your thoughts, hearts and prayers!


5Q(Riddle me this)

Published March 21, 2011 by ladyserenity92

Riddle me this….

  1. What do you want me to post about?
  2. Do you want to know more about Yu Kona?
  3. Or, about my secret plans?
  4. Perhaps…. if I survived the ‘Supermoon’s’ spell?
  5. Do you want to know?

Riddle me this…riddle me that.

Pay the boat captain her fare to keep her ship of answers afloat.

Donate today.

Don’t miss the boat.

Donate now!

Go for broke!








Helping a ‘friend’ in crisis

Published March 12, 2011 by ladyserenity92

Are you Crazy?!

Seventeen magazine’s Guys around the world issue.


I never forgot the day when Yu Konna and I ‘unofficially’ became enemies.

It was  a cultural ‘misunderstanding’ that got him to hate me.

When he told me never to mail him again, I defied him and kept his emailing address.

That was five years ago,

back then,  I didn’t have a PC; in fact, I didn’t even have a photo of myself to post online.

Let alone a Facebook page.

When I saw the devastation in Japan,

I thought about Yu.

Waking up in the middle of the night thinking about him.

although I know a little Japanese and Yu doesn’t know much English,

I’ve got to know him as a brother.

I’ve met a lot of Japanese friends and had grew up in Hawaii during my dad’s stay in the Army.

Just like everyone in America, I’m concern about Yu Konna.

Is he alright?

This message will be posted bilingually.

I hope that Yu made it out alive.

As there are many miracles and losses in Japan;

One thing is certain: we both have to make peace once and for all.

Yu, I’m sorry!

Go for broke!
























Another Christmas day over!

Published December 25, 2010 by ladyserenity92

 I was luck to seek Maya’s website on wordpress.com. I want to thank Ms. Maya of “Mayawrites” that her  topics on free writing are excellent. They often advice on how to get a lot of response  in my topics. I really want to thank Maya very much.

btw.(By the way) 

The themes of  my blog  are known as ‘free writing’ or ‘variety’ blogging. It’s really splendid that I don’t have to write everyday; the thing is where I can find something that interest me, I write about  it. I want to get my hands dirty and experience what the public of bloggers like. And I have to be respectful. I remember Jin ‘chastising’ me about South Korean singer/actor Rain. I still remember that. And about Yu Kona’s now infamous(I should’ve done my homework. I was a rock-head.) This is what happens when you go into a cultural conflict.

Both young men have since forgiven me.

btmfa(Bowing to my fans’ apology)

As Christmas day comes to an end, and I begin penning down my New Years resolution for 2011; I think about the good times, the bad times and the down-right ugly times. It was on YouTube that a rare gift was shown to the world. A sign of hope!

Double Rainbow.

Merry Christmas and Happy 2011!

Stay tuned!


Published July 21, 2010 by ladyserenity92

This morning I’ve woke up to a wonderful music-video by a young singer name Nicki Minaj.

Her video is titled Your Love.

I wanted to post her video, because she used a type of style known as Harajuku/Shinjuku  Swing.

Whatever it’s called, it is sneaking everywhere all over the world, even in America.

Thanks to Gwen Stepfeni and to Yu from Japan for bringing this “Craze” into light.

I’m sad to say, I wasn’t able to ‘obtain’ the video of Your Love. 😦

But, I did manage to find a viedo that was retro-pop back in 1998.

It comes to show that we ‘have’ some people to thank for getting kids back into reading.

Thanks, Dru!

Stay Tuned!


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