This is the season words for this time of year. It refers to grain growing and especially, about rice ripening. Families of distant relatives on my father’s side live in the mountainous area north of Kyoto. My parents used to take me there when I was a child. I remember they planted rice in early May, however, I don’t remember when the rice ripened or when they harvested it.
I have kept a glass pot of Golden pothos on the dining table for some time. I heard the plant would bring you good fortune, however, I think it is just because its flower languages are nice. “Long-continued well-being” “Eternal wealth” “Gorgeous brilliance”
It is rainy today and the weather forecast says the rain will continue for several days. The other day I wrote about my former colleague who believed in dragons. Now, I am beginning to think the world would be more interesting if they should exist.
This is a modern haiku about having various kinds of cards. Credit cards for shopping and many loyalty cards issued by grocery stores that I never had as a child are now always in my wallet, and as becoming older more and more medical cards of hospitals and doctors’ offices have their places in my wallet.
The photo I posted last time showed one of the tasks for the teacher’s qualification test I took some forty years ago which I happened to find when cleaning my house. While the previous one was print or standard style, this one is semi-cursive or semi-standard style, which is suitable for writing fast and is most often used practically.