New Bed

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… and food for you, baby butterflies. Mei-Shun felt sorry when she found 2 of 5 disappeared from their previous places — her grapefruit pots. They were not lucky enough, born on smaller trees. Now all three survivors live on the biggest, yet soon starve or caught by birds. You had better move to a kumquat tree in the garden, she would help you.

You are the cleverest.

Last Twins

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Thank you so much, Mademoiselle Vert, for still staying beside Mei-Shun in lovely two. She might have to say good-bye soon, yet won’t miss you. Please let her share efforts to see your sisters next year. And now, dear Tea-kun, you are ready for today’s last lesson. A star in forehead makes you more handsome, looking like a prince. Shall we dance, in gallop soon?

Butterfly Babies

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Hi, welcome back to Mei-Shun’s grapefruits. What kind of wings would you have? Summer still stays around here, pressed by a new-born typhoon. Sorry for missing the best timing to water your beds — she felt too exhausted under such a grilling sunlight. One of you are very clever to hide within a rolled leave, while another has already changed clothes.

Traveling Around

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Mei-Shun froze when she found her marriage ring has no diamond. She recognized it was not so stable on a hole of platinum from a few years before, yet might be too optimistic. Actually, Shin also lost his sapphire a decade ago. Now that both of the couple let their respective stones start on a journey, they must choose another design aiming at their silver wedding anniversary.

Box Seat

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Here are new earring cases follow (so cute, aren’t they?). Yes, for that type of accessory only with a tiny cushion accommodating two holes. Mei-Shun expected it to have a H-shape cut to hold rings as well, yet ears are added. All right, no problem. Mr. Emerald and Mrs. Desert Star, please move onto this white shell. You would change into a special pair of earrings some day.

New Moon

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It is called 八朔=hassaku, meaning lunar August 1st today. Mei-Shun meant to walk to the nearest shrine early in the morning before rainfall, yet it was too late. Such a dim, 100%-humid weather could prevent her from visiting there even if she brings one of her favorite umbrellas. Anyway, a night without moonlight lets her play “Clair de Lune” by Master Debussy.

Hi, I joined Ms. Piano lately.

Farewell & Hello

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Mademoiselle Vert, you decided to say it at last. Mei-Shun found one of lovely green flowers closed and a little browned the other day. It happens to one after another, only 10 are still kept fresh among 28 twins this morning. It breaks her heart, yet should be accepted as what every life on earth has to face. Please take her admiration for your beauty and longevity, quite difficult for human beings.