It really was this time. Mei-Shun actually has fought with a cold for 20 days, had to cancel a lot of lessons at her horseback riding club including today’s. Oh, it seems her waist has grown a few tires around. She would like to go out for a light walking for example, yet her home doctor advised her not to. Mr. Vanilla, Madoka-chan, please do not forget your mom of carrots and brown sugar.
乙戸沼 has not yet hosted lovely friends — winter still seems to stay behind late autumn with 朔 of lunar October or 神無月 tomorrow. We have to wait a little more to see waterfowls play and chat lively on the pond, while it makes Mei-Shun straighten herself up again. At least one of her 2017 goals should be accomplished, even if halfway in respect of beauty.
After seeing Mr. O the other day, Ms. Piano sings brightly in “Nausicaä” while stumbles in “Merry-go-round of Life” despite what title means. It is 100% caused by the poor player — not by this beautiful musical instrument, let alone the popular composer. Mei-Shun received “Yes” phone call from Dr. A on weekend, that helps her concentration to stop wondering any more.
When Mei-Shun would like to have a comfortable sleep in bed at night, she makes it a rule to call her inner sister Petite Mei-Shun and ask her to dance 娘道成寺. Ms. Petite always does very well, let Grande Mei-Shun go asleep before 引き抜き=hiki-nuki, quick change of costume with two different-color kimono layered. The other day, she tried 汐汲 as an inducer and failed — shocked by such a transient memory.
Milk after bathing! Have you ever tried it? Mei-Shun heard that many people in her home country love to drink a glass of cold milk (or beer for adults) after taking a hot bath. It looks quite good for health, since we lose much water by perspiration while warming ourselves in bathtubs. Oh, please do not forget to place your free hand on the waist during this superb experience.
Dr. A gave Mei-Shun a superficial check on her body by palpation before saying “no problem” as usual, one of the happiest words for her ex-inpatient. It relieved her so much because she drew the worst omikuji at the nearest shrine in the morning. She had another of half-lucky on behalf of Shin, bound it with hers on a branch of 南天 or Nandina domestica to ask protection of Gods.
Three weeks have passed since Mei-Shun saw her best weight in September. After riding horsey friends in three lessons, perspired much and starved, she had expected to get on a scale. Well, she did in half; one lesson in daytime boiled us, two at night washed and dried us by cold shower and wind. It was found that she is quite good at controlling herself, not thanks to a serious headache.