One day, it was snow that made me stay at home.
The following day, what made me stay at home was a cold.
Catching a cold is not a welcoming event, but this became my chance to root on my sofe and watch "Lewis" ... and fancy James Hatharway!!
Tricolour - not the flags, but the number of colours that are used for this flower.
Finished watching "The Paradise".
It took me quite a while to reach the end, though.
Although I like the ending, the story seems to have very modern touch.
I want to check the original writing by Émile Zola.
A round shaped kanzashi with six cherry blossoms.
Outside is still white-ish and cold, but it's nice to be cheered up by gentle colour of sakura.
Not having an event scheduled is a sad thing.
But, it means I have time to stay at home, and work on my new creations while I was watching something.
Something, that has arrived on the snowy day.
Thanks to good postmen.
They were woking even yesterday!!
Japanese weather forcast is amazingly accurate.
It's been said that today would be snow, despite the fact that yesterday was a very fine day.
and it did snow, and actually, is still snowing.
Tokyo became to have a look of ski resort, and clearing snow from my front porch is an usuless effort.
Due to this heavy snow, tomorrow's event has been cancelled.
It is my favourite event, and I am disappointed.
But at the same time, it is a bit of relief.
I have no confidence to carry my luggage to the station in deep snow.
Akagi Marché will be back in March!