Moth on a Flower

I had a doctor’s appointment this morning, so I had to get a bit early. On my way home, I passed some flowers. There were bees and moths flying about, while the weather’s still somewhat warm.

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Wandering Around Saitama

Since my current lodgings are in Saitama, I thought it would be a waste to not look around.

I rode the Saikyo line to Yono, which took a few minutes. Then I went for a walk.

The weather was warm but windy. The skies were a wonderful shade of blue with fluffy white clouds.

A good point about this area is the abundance of greenery. It reminds me a lot of White Plains, in New York.

Once, the daughter of a friend of mine, had mentioned that Saitama was a nice place, and I can finally see what she meant.

If you are in Tokyo, check it sound if you can.

Holding out for the weekend

My workweek is only half over and I’m already exhausted. I haven’t made many plans for the weekend yet, save for meeting a few friends Sunday morning. One thing I need to remember to do is buy a thank you treat for the staff at my school. It’s too hot for chocolate, so maybe some sort of light cookie?

An Attempt was Made

Monday, I bought a couple of flowers on my way home from the phone shop. Having a little cash this month, and needing a change, I picked out two chrysanthemums and a cheap bunch of filler leaves. I had an idea of what I wanted, but no actual experience handling flowers.

I only had a rough layout in my mind: the white one would be taller and the leaves in the back would make a W shape.

Once I got home, I took out a vase that I never used, and started cutting. I remembered mom always said to cut the stems on an angle. From there, I arranged the flowers how I wanted them before putting them in the vase.

Big mistake. The neck of the vase was yoo narrow to use everything, so I put the flowers first, then added the greens.