Being lonely is...difficult.
Sumiko hesitated in front of the looming bus doors. She looked down the length of the bus, the windows making it look like a prison. Why should she leave? Why should she give up the freedom she has at Poston?
“Most amazingly, the government was now calling on young men to sign up for a special draft for an all-Nisei combat team of about five thousand men.”
I believe that しかたがない is a very important value that everyone should embrace.
Interestingly enough, on Sunday morning all of the Aircraft Carriers were moved out of the Pearl Harbor into open water for “exercises.” Never before, had the Aircraft Carriers been out on a Sunday morning for exercises.
Dear Diary, I sat alone at lunch today - again.
Simply put, Sumiko was scared...
"People born in Asia were not allowed to become American citizens..."