A lovely place to have lunch.
No one’s been tending the hedge in front of the office so it’s gone wild with flowers. I think it’s lovely.
The little, little flowers growing outside work. No bigger than an American penny, but worth a thousand times more.
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So, for the last couple of months, I had been working in Fujieda, Shizuoka. While yesterday was my last day, I’m not returning to Nagoya yet. Instead, I will now be working at two other branches in Shizuoka. That also meant another move (this time to a larger city).
Darting from shady place to shady place is totally normal, right?
If you look closely, you can see a reflection of a nearby vending machine.
On the way into work, I stopped by the vending machines at the North Exit of the station. Near there, someone decided to plant some broccoli in a planter made of cinderblocks. It looks like I just missed a shower, judging by how wet the surrounding park and station was.
Lately I’ve taken to spending some time outside before heading into work. I’ve been told that it’s a good way to mentally prepare for the day.
Green leaves and a blue sky.
It’s still pretty warm in Aichi even though we’re entering the typhoon season. On the way to work, I ran into this little guy. I had to take a picture.