After church we had tea and worked inside the building on the ceiling as it continued to rain. Mrs. O. worked very hard along side of us, cleaning ceiling tiles. The time quickly passed and we cleaned up for dinner.
We traveled to the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. a short distance away. The evening was a delightful experience full of learning new things and tasting new foods. Mrs. N. had 12 different beautiful and tasty foods on the table. We are getting better at using our chopsticks.
After dinner we sat and visited for a few hours - and ate some more! We had watermelon, a white Japanese melon similar to honeydew, green tea, and Japanese crackers. Leaving our slippers at the edge of their floor, we put on our shoes and said our good-byes (much bowing). For a visual peek at some of the days events, see the pictures below.
Mrs. O.'s daughter. She has been learning to play the piano since age three.