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My name is Tomoko..I am from Japan. I moved here to the USA due to Earthquake-Tsunami and lost everything I own except for my family and dog. I am the first to move to, in my family and find permanent residency here in the United States. I am starting all over in my late 20's I know 30 is approaching soon..But I am very thankful to be employed as the economic situation of the US is very bad..

Aside from this, I enjoy camping and starting a new life...I live with Crohn's disease. and learning to live with it. I do not know what else to say..talk soon.

-tomo
 

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Well my health is making it hard to live day-to-day..i must consume twice that of caloric intake than average american! because of my Crohn's disease. it is an auto-immune disorder.
 

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There is not one day that goes by when I remember seeing the larges waves approach my house..I knew it was too late..first thing I do is grab my dog and go to rooftop of my apartment building and it still washed us away...I still have nightmares :(
 

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I'm trying to get a dispatcher job at local dispatch/law enforcement office for testing..so far I have passed 89% all I have to do is pass verbal exam and if I pass that I go onto further interviewing and possible job offer!
 

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Well, if it includes anything having to do with recreation, camping, RVing and those kinds of things, then you've come to the right place.

So sorry to hear of the recent events but we wish you, your family and all your friends that they can get past this. Good luck with your job. If you can get one don't feel bad about it. You deserve some good things in your life right now. The rest of us will seek our good things too.

Best of luck, welcome to the U.S.A. and we hope you enjoy your visits to this forum.
 

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If they speak and write English the way you do, then they shouldn't have any trouble. Best wishes for them as well.
 
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