This is our ginkgo tree in the backyard. He has grown from one seed, now nearly reaches our roof garden. One day of spring, he puts on an airy green robe. And next day, baby leaves appear on each branch, yet still curled. Day by day, they become loosen to show cute, shell-like shapes.
One of Mei-Shun’s front teeth looks browned. She felt worried about it, wondered if it might be decayed. After a glance, her home dentist said that it was just stained – 5-minute polishing solved the problem. Thanks a million, Dr. M.
Dr. A told Mei-Shun that she would like to see her every month for a while. There is no reason to say no – one month seems a good timing for a hospital “graduate” to take care of him/herself. One goal per month would be set up.
It is a custom for many Japanese to visit the nearest temple or shrine, called Uji-Kami sama. Walking route for Mei-Shun and Shin includes one. On Sunday, they found that the blessing entity has an amazingly beautiful garden of cherry trees. We are very happy if you could share the joy of this carpet.