Thank you so much, Professor M or Shimaneko-sensei. Yes, Mei-Shun anticipated a “supermoon” and total eclipse of it tonight. Princess Maria and Ms. Last One, are you interested in it? Please listen, there seems to be less people outdoors in daytime. That might be because many of them prepared to observe this natural, yet incredible phenomenon.
… or China Town Mei-Shun means. Her favorite weather forecast aired in the evening sometimes features night view of the most famous port city in Kanto area, attracts her so much that she asked Shin a drive on weekend. Precious sunlight during rainy season let them feel satisfied with beautiful sight, strolling around flamboyant streets. 福満園 and 聘珍樓 are on their recommendation list.
Thank you so much, Ms. Last One. You played a role of Mei-Shun’s partner for gallop yesterday, very well done. Do you know that piano score aired in the field? It is “A Maiden’s Prayer” composed by Ms. Badarzewska. Actually, she seems to be featured often these days. A professional pianist chose it on TV, let above amateur know that she does not need to be in a hurry. Slowly, precisely and amorously.
Mei-Shun loves it, partly because this breed has ever supported her on business. When felt tired, she used to remove sight from the desk and took a glance at a window. There one of them looked her back, sometimes in full blossom. Other times let it snow by petals. Their longevity compared to popular 染井吉野 attracts her as well, with shades ranging from bright pink to white.
Shin and Mei-Shun visited their favorite place of the best night sakura. This weekend had snow in Tokyo while sleet in Tsuchiura, seemed much to hurt cherry blossoms. Still, they were so beautiful that let above couple get off Ms. Scarlet to take photos. Cold wind blew shots by the husband a bit, gave a petal on the window to protect one of them on driver’s seat.
2020 sees cherry blossom quite earlier than usual in Kanto Area. Mei-Shun feels happy to meet her friends living in various places, from a park to a horsey riding club. Oh, spring storm, please do not roar so much. They have just reached 80% blossom, still keep lovely pink buds. If you let them open on weekend, they might be able to greet the last white snow.
Thanks a million, Shin. He brought Mei-Shun a lovely bouquet made of sunflower, rose and mint. “Since you heard frail,” he told his wife the reason. Such a little surprise always makes her the happiest. And ball-point-pens featuring summer flowers are also his gift. Others include dahlia and gerbera, with the latter no choice of color on the net. However, he gave her one in ivory she preferred the most.
Shin and Mei-Shun met at one of their favorite Japanese cuisine restaurant for lunch today. The biggest reason why the wife asked a favor of the husband follows below — grilled sweetfish. She would like to have it with him at least once in July, when fishing of this delicacy starts from the beginning. Oh, how dynamic it looks accompanied by 蓼酢=tade-su, herb-flavored vinegar.
Oh, you are the one grown on Mei-Shun’s balcony, aren’t you? Whitish violet stays on every short stalk, shining at the bottom of cherry trees. Great to see you at 乙戸沼 Park again. Of course you have a real name, yet please let her call you after far-away asteres aplanis. Their light reach our mother earth traveling billions of years, just like you did to give a new life onto a withered flower plate.
People living there will see Gion Festival soon, envied by Shin and Mei-Shun. Since hotels are full reserved before 前祭=saki-matsuri and 後祭=ato-matsuri held on July 17th and 24th respectively, they visited there this weekend. It was by chance that 七夕=tanabata was chosen, the only night an year for a celestial couple allowed to meet with each other crossing the Milky Way.