Thank you so much, Ms. I, for kind understanding and cooperation with Mei-Shun. She plans to brush up her gallop skill this year, always enjoying. Since face-to-face lesson is more effective than one in group, she chose the former this month after 3-month interval. Now, please teach her how to do it, Ms. Sagittarius, instead of Mr. Vanilla currently owned by other member of our club.
His coat must be a good sun-breaker, yet it does not work for Vanilla Arc. He has little endurance in summer, breathes hard soon after lessons start even in the evening. Mei-Shun feels his condition through a saddle, very sorry for forcing him such a labor — she would like to win a certificate within this month, reserved him as a partner to help her. Honey, shall we shower together next time?
Mei-Shun has learned how to dance 汐汲. We use a pair of balanced pails for the first quarter of this dance while a 三段傘= triple-layered parasol for the last. These big tools are not easy to handle elegantly — Mei-Shun would rent the latter as she did for the spear last year. Now her practice at home starts.
Hello, Madoka-chan. Please make sure of Mei-Shun as one of your fostered mothers. We would start from walking together to washing place where we treat, prepare and release your harness. You have to learn first to stay calm here. Oh, do not say to go home after 5 minutes. Let’s make your patience longer little by little, while this mom make her preparation time shorter.
She made it. A qualified instructor checked up whether Mei-Shun has gained enough techniques to promote. Thanks to you, Curly Prince, her last partner in “Basic B” classes. His coat is so fluffy in winter that he rarely recognize her aids by the legs, though.
…for horseback riding. Mei-Shun had to cancel lessons three times this month, giving priority to her stage, yet missing lovely horses so much. And this morning, she was fairly felicitous to meet Curly Prince, the eldest guy among more than 100 horses owned by our club. He puts on a thick coat, might be the fluffiest as well. Yes, you are right. It looks winter has already come.