About Grace Buchele Mineta

I got into the writing business by accident. Now I live in the countryside near Tokyo with my husband, Ryosuke, where I draw comics, blog, and make videos about our daily life. Contact: Website | More Posts

2 Comments on Comic: My Husband and I are Equally Weird (Lima, Peru)

  1. This comic is really cute, ^^ I’m actually a mix of you two, I go crazy over kitchen tools AND books.

    I discovered your blog recently (via youtube) and I’m reading it in one go. I love everything, from your drawing style to your insight on all the different topics you address on your posts.
    I have a lot of fun watching your videos and they are also informative, I enjoy them immensely. I wish one day I could go to Japan and experience the culture in person (but I have to get better at my english and japanese before I can move out of my country).

    Tell Ryosuke his rolling r’s are perfect (I’m spanish, so I can tell). He might have a harder time with “z” sounds (Voiceless dental fricative), those are tricky.

  2. Stressed, Depressed, but Fashionably Dressed // 22 February, 2014 at 5:20 pm //

    This is so adorable!! Hey Grace, I just found out that i got into ursinus!! i really want to go there! Check your email- i emailed you about it …. :) i have a question about how you got a fulll ride there: how did you get a full ride there? It’d be really great if I could get one too! is there anything you think i should know to help me decide between the UC and CSUs that i got into versus Ursinus College? Maybe you could write a blog post on this? *wink wink nudge nudge* But no pressure! Especially since you’re on your honeymoon…You should relax and just have fun drawing cartoons and hugging books for the rest of your honeymoon and some time after that too! Hope you’ve found more interesting towns in lima peru!!

    but it would still be really helpful if you, a recent graduate, gave me, a recent admitted student, some advice on picking Ursinus or not or any cool tips like how to avoid getting pressured into drinking beer at parties or getting into really good creative writing classes or who the best teachers for writing classes are or how to get to Toronto from Collegeville for a weekend of fun. :) I was so happy when i found out about my admission status that i jumped up, screamed, and ran to hug my mom reallly tightly ^_^

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