Day by Day

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Mei-Shun resumed Spanish learning. It means she may allow herself to practice that lyrical score by Master Chopin. Looked a bit complicated, she hesitated to go ahead at first. However, it is actually simple enough for her fingers. Many serial tiny notes let this score sound glamorous and quite difficult. Now she plays it almost every day, expecting to reach levels of other favorite scores.

Never Bite

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Here are ice milk balls which help Mei-Shun much these days. Similar to hard candies in size and calories, this product satisfies her especially after meal. Although the former take long time to melt in mouth by heat, the latter promptly flow into throat keeping cool texture. Still, a feeling almost the same as a spoonful of ice cream is given. Better than leaving half a cup or a bar, isn’t it?

Partial Eclipse

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It means a new moon tonight, start of lunar December. However, it was cloudy enough to let Mei-Shun totally absorbed in horsey riding lessons final in 2019. Mr. Tea Time, thanks a lot for being such a good boy. You and Ms. I taught her how to control your speed, to make clear turns. Her next goal is a canter on you. Ms. Last One, the last lady she rode this year, your gallop gave her an excellent exultation.

 

Her Excursion

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Mei-Shun visited a hair saloon in 高輪, Tokyo today. It rained in early morning, stopped when she went out yet still hazy. 牛久沼=Ushiku Pond had no view of Mt. Fuji, while a unique chimney equipped on a noodle factory was giving lively steam. Skytree pushed its head into low clouds, looked like Port Tower in 神戸 on the way to our capital city. Almost all gingko trees were in bright yellow.

 

 

Joy of White

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According to a weather forecaster Mei-Shun loves, it rained on every Monday from October 7th, might reach 10 serial weeks including tonight. Well, although cloudy and cold during daytime, she had no problem to ride on two white horseies. Princess Maria and Mr. Silver Pure, please kindly take her deep gratitude. And Ms. S in white dress, you were exactly right. Can you hear freezing drops beat your window?

Sweet Lunch

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Mei-Shun went to a hair saloon for a cut in 高輪, Tokyo. After taking a comfortable  hour, she walked to 麻布茶房 to meet Shin. They worked for the same company sited nearby years before, used to visit this cafe together. Oh, here comes a cute cup and saucer. Following below is actually a meal instead of a dessert for the couple in weight control, with lower calories.

No Sweets

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Flowers are better as souvenir for you, mom-in-law. Mei-Shun visited her mother’s home today, confirmed that the latter is fine. They chatted on lunch and ohagi, rice ball coated with sweetened red-bean paste, of her handmade as dessert. She knows her younger daughter never rejects this delicacy for equinox, even if her weight is not well controlled. Well, actually it is.

And healthy you, cotton candy.