San Diego, CAUSA
Hometown: Tokyo, Japan
September 17, 2008
Hello, I'm Haremi. I am half Japanese by my mother and half mulato by my father, rendering me "blackanese". I was born in Tokyo, Japan, came to live in the U.S. for a few years then returned to Japan and stayed until 1970 when I was 16.
12 or more years. I still speak it fluently
I am from Japan but Did not have the benefit of going to a Japanese School, so...Yes, to learn to read and write Kanji at Mesa College.
Maybe about 10 or more items.(at least!) I love Hello Kitty!
I can say it's so much fun! People are all so great! Oh, Yeah!
Hi! I remember you asked me for free workout in Chula Vista. Now our location is moved to 3rd Ave Chula Vista 9am on Saturday. Please feel free to join our Free Workout group on Saturday.
Turbo Fire workout Saturday at 9am
Shape Up Fitness (1180 3rd Ave Chula Vista)
YOU ARE INVITED...
On Fri. April 22nd, 2011, Voice Over Connections, California welcomes 11 time Emmy Award winner James Alburger as guest speaker.The inaugural meeting takes place at 7pm in Escondido's own legendary Hacienda de Vega.
Keep Reaching for your DREAMS!!!
Haremi welcome to ALL THINGS SAN DIEGO!!! Look forward to hanging out with you and showing you more of what San Diego has for us to do and hopefully along the way you make a few more friends! If you have friends on your list please take the time to invite them to join us as well so they can come hang out with us and you!!http://www.meetup.com/allthingssandie...
Hello Haremi san, I'm certain I can connect you as I do for so many. You can think about calling my radio show as well where I provide free mini readings.
Welcome to my group.
We would like to extend an invitation for you to join our mediumship group. We teach classes for beginners and advance intuitives. There is something for everyone. Michele reads for audience members in her large and small group sessions.
She connects you with your crossed over loved ones and teaches as she goes. Please consider joining. http://www.meetup.com/evidential-medi... Blessings!
Thanks for the Hula lesson!