I was rather nervous going in, since a) my keigo is practically non-existent, and b) my vocabulary is not as real-world oriented as it could be (I don't suppose Sensei would care to talk about cars? No? Demons, perhaps? Oh. Hmm... Well, let me dig out the dictionary and see what we can do.) Not knowing where I was supposed to be meeting people or having any contact numbers was also not helping.
But, happily, all's well that ends well. And I now know a bit more about screens than I used to. (Though not the type that llamabitchyo would like for her mosquito problem.) And I still don't know the Japanese word for "consulate". Oh well.
Tonight, I sleep. This getting 5 1/2 - 6 hours of sleep a night is not working out very well. But before that, I get to look at my game (which finally came in -- I will stop annoying everyone by whining about it now), which came in yesterday, when I couldn't play it. *sniff*