So February has seen Mei-Shun spoil herself. According to results of health check (including physical measurement) conducted at the end of last month, she is healthy on the whole, yet has a slight tyre around lower body. Well, absolutely. Even if staying within the borderline, she has never reached the ideal weight calculated by BMI for a decade.
You are slender under a fluffy coat, honey.
Mei-Shun’s route to the nearest shrine shows clearly which season walks with her. Current one sees veronica persica and plums; blue, white and pink bloom more and more day by day. Yet oops, she drew 凶=kyo, unlucky omikuji lot. Dear flowers, 狛犬 couple and moon-window lanterns, please give your merciful sympathy to this a bit plump dieter.
Oh, what a shock it is — Mei-Shun partly forgot how to play that beautiful score. She admits the fact that Master J. S. Bach has occupied her mind for these 5 weeks, while never stops admiring Monsieur Debussy. Her practice patterns always include the latter’s pieces: “Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum” and “Arabesque” sound great and are best for finger stretching. It just depends, what would be chosen to enjoy next.
Mom told me it is today, meow-meow-meow. Since it has been sunny and warm for these 2 weeks, I feel better than last month. Other news regarding our species follow: 1. Tora-chan, my colleague living in the garden surprised mom putting off a neck belt made of artificial skin. 2. One of Tora-chan’s friends often occupies her bed. They closely resemble each other, might be a mother and a child, dad says.
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Mei-Shun means her diet. She resumed walking to the nearest shrine at least 4 days a week, with the latest omikuji lot says:
The 20th Lucky: those who see this lot would find light in the dark like a bright moon. Still, watch steps forward and Gods would give protection to reach happiness.
狛犬 couple A-chan and N-chan, could you bring her half-lucky one to your master?
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… of effective private lesson by Ms. I Mei-Shun received today. She lately began to understand the reason why many members of our club, including those who have even 3rd grade certificate of horsey-riding technique, return to gallop in narrow circles. Since only one-3rd number of lessons are served for those above 4th graders like herself, even a wide-square field are always full of Mr. and Ms. Sagittarius.