Friday, June 29, 2012

Today's breakfast

Yesterday I got some gifts.
Our neighbour gave us good bacon and fresh eggs. Good bacon is expensive, so I'm really happy.
At night, a student came to take my lesson with a bag of cut squash which is called KABOCHA in Japanese.
It is the first KABOCHA that grew up in her grandmother's garden this year. They think it might be trouble for me to cut it. So they already cut it for me. I set some pieces aside for next morning's breakfast  and put the other in the freezer.

Today I'll go to a private nursery school to read some English picture books. It is the first time  for me to visit there. I'm a little bit nervous and excited, thinking about what mothers and kids I'll meet today are like?


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