Partly thanks to many summer days (over 25 degrees Celsius) and a few mid-summer days (over 30 degrees) in recent 4 weeks, Mei-Shun has reached the goal weight. So happy to see the scale, a bit worried about the celerity — it seems a bit too short a time to lose nearly 3 bags of sugar. She must be very careful to remain in her current condition for at least one month before going further.
This tiny flower was found blooming on an arrangement plate celebrated Mei-Shun’s performance on stage two years before. It might kindly come to remind her of the days strictly controlled in preparation. Yes, too much weight could be a disturbance for dancers, while for horseies as well. With lunar April starts from today, she wishes to lose another bag and a half of sugar soon.
Mei-Shun has asked too much: she has a lot of dresses unzipped in her closet, scores never read on Ms. Piano. Feeling sorry for them, she decided to stop ordering any of them this year. Trend in vogue? Well, it does not matter to her who knows what goes well with her, lives with the best adviser. The former would encourage her who tends to make herself fit clothes.
Who is here? Is Mei-Shun really a woman of human being? To her disappointment, she is. Two of three sugar bags she lost in the latest year came back around her waist all of a sudden. It took just a month, showing how easy it is for one’s body to return to its biggest size. Causes are clear; less exercise, more eating. Now is the time to resume her methods.
Mei-Shun has learned English, French and Chinese so far. In order to cover more region on the globe, she decided to step out for another major language. There is no problem for her to pronounce Spanish except for “rr” where the tongue have to be curled before trembled. Grammar resembles French, easy to learn. She enjoys it, feeling how simple and convenient English is.
Both “Le Cygne” and ” Life Is Merry-go-round” are never easy to play. Simple scores allow no mistouch, makes Mei-Shun a bit sickened when she makes some. However, 30-minute practice on Ms. Piano every day is almost impossible, especially after horseback riding. Why won’t she make it reduced to a quarter, then? Even a minute is better than none.
Mei-Shun would like to make 2018 start with Ms. Piano by C. C. Saint-Saëns’s “Le Cygne”. She purchased this score piece last year, yet never opened concentrated on another. Sorry to leave you for long, honey. She means to try her best to let you get up before flying delightfully from water surface in morning sunshine. Or do you prefer moonlight?