When we were heading to the nursery school in the morning, 5-years-old Taka suddenly asked me from behind, “Mummy, will you be dead when I grow up?” in a very simple tone. At that time, I felt released from the difficulties of life. Life is very simple: get old and die!
Recently, I’ve often found the towel on the rack is soaking wet when I’ve gone to dry my hands. The first time, I just put the towel into the washing machine. The second time, I put the towel into the washing machine thinking it was a really odd coincidence. The third time, I called Taka and told him, “I’ll give you a smack on the bottom if you don’t tell me the truth”. He confessed that he’d shot it with his water pistol! I was almost sure he’d been the criminal, but didn’t think he’d shot it.
When you are going out with kids, don’t make preparations in good time. The more spare time you have, the more you encounter happenings that prevent you from going out.
At this moment, I understand my fate: that I’ll be tightly packed-in all the way to my home station. I’m sure every passenger inside and outside is feeling the same way.
The other day, Taka said loudly to me like this on the bus. I felt that people around us started to have an interest for my family that seemed a bit complicated.
I heard of a fantastic faucet in Ehime Prefecture (where the oranges are grown).From the faucet in Ehime, orange juice flow out, they say. Well, My son’s dream is more rich, more thick.
I think its nice that many people talk to me when I go out with kids. The other day, I met an old lady on the bus.
How do you get your kids to eat vegetables?