So this year ends today. Thank you so much for your kind visiting Mei-Shun. She and Mikan-chan would like to share a time with you here next year as well.
2015 would be symbolized by sheep, which Mei-Shun has not yet prepared. Actually forgot to – she used to visit a stationery shop to order nengajo (=new-year greeting card) while choosing annual ornament. However, she found nicely designed nengajo at a post office this year. Well, where does our symbol walk around right now?
New Year is coming soon. Let’s clean up your room to let your mind feel refreshed. Mei-Shun put her kimonos into winter order; yukatas must take upper position. Hello again, Ms. Biscuit. You would be put on for her first lesson.
A little earlier Christmas gift has come to Mei-Shun. 2 weeks before, Shin’s doctor found his blood in terrible conditions. It might be caused by a cancer, he said. Today’s second, closer examination has resulted in “the reason is not clear, yet no cancer”. So, anyway, we’ve got rid of the worst.
Master Mei-Shu gave Mei-Shun the last lesson of this year today. We talked about the next-year performance, laughed by an ogre*. Mei-Shun would like to play “Shio-Kumi” – a kind of challenge, claiming her best effort.
*“When we talk about next year, ogres would laugh at it” is a saying to tease unexpected, out-of-reach dreams.