Seems Special

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Only once every 4 years we can post on February 29. And it is today that Mei-Shun first found that 子, 辰 and 申 symbols represent leap years. It seems somehow lucky to have one more day in these particular years.

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Eye Protector

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It seems most women like to see mirrors, yet not for Mei-Shun right now. Shin noticed yesterday morning that she had reddish eyes, especially in the left. Her home ophthalmologist Dr. S diagnosed it as subconjunctival hemorrhage, which would take approx. 2 weeks to heal. Such a horrible look prevents her from going out. Just stay at home, play with Ms. Piano, it might say.

新井薬師 is.

新井薬師 is.

Gastrocamera Exam

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Mei-Shun had her stomach examined via gastroscopy, conducted by Dr. Y in Tokyo. She experienced nasal one two years ago, felt much easier than oral one, so chose the former this time as well. And she had no problem — better than before. With a sigh of relief, she dropped in on 新井薬師 before seeing her mother living nearby.

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Scent of Arabia

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Please take the most profound gratefulness of Mei-Shun, Professor S. This bottle accommodates a perfume from the Sultanate of Oman, called “tarha” meaning a bride’s veil in Arabic. Three respectful professors of the University of Tsukuba kindly held a birthday party for Mei-Shun last Saturday; January 13th on the lunar calendar. The same restaurant they met last year served two glasses of beer instead of wine.

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Beautiful Dreamer

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Today means Cat’s Day, yet let Mei-Shun talk about a horse girl. Actually, she made a break falling from Dreamer’s back last Wednesday. Fortunately, excellent work of an airbag vest prevented any trouble. She only felt a slight stiffness at the back of her neck for a few hours after that accident. Sorry, honey, it must have frightened you so much.

After 46 Wks

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The answer was “Yes”. Thank you so much, Dr. A. She gave Mei-Shun a phone call around 14 : 00, maybe immediately after she met all outpatients. Such attitude is to be really admired — patients always feel like walking on a narrow bridge. Actually, that is not only for patients: normal, healthy people are on the same place as well. The latter just do not recognize it.