Nose-in-something LOVED Japan! He had already seen cute school girls, the air port, a movie with sword-fighting in it, ate some chicken that someone left on the ground, and listened to a lot of people talking in Japaneese. And now, he was where he was going to live for the next year.How do you let other people know that something belongs to you again?
he wondered. You don't mark it with water. I got into trouble the last time I did that... Oh ya. You put your stuff in it.
Nose-in then promptly put his stuff all over the room: clothing folded neatly at the base of the tatami mat, a small radio on the other side of the room, his laptop and cables where a pillow should be, a picture
of Gaia drawn by David (even though he calls her Danu) went up on a wall with tape, and his other posessions (including numberous mechanical puzzles, drawing equipment, a dog collar and licence, and a lot
of DVD's) went where ever they would fit. Everything of Nose-in-something's was spread out, but neat and easy to reach or move, if needs be.