Fireworks, I finally made it:)
This is me in the reverbank. Can you see people? It is always crowded.
This is the food we had. I always describe it like this : Japanese pancake with cabbage and noodle. The man pushed it to make it combined with using egg! Hope you understand my explanation:)
This is the belt which I tied it up by myself. Also, this yukata is my mom's one. She tailored it in order to match her size. I could say this pattern look a bit old but traditional!
At last I could get the pictures on. Let me give you some descriptions... Can you see the riverbank which was full of people? Usually fireworks festivals are very crowded like this! However fireworks is on the sky so it does not really matter and people have to try not getting annoyed with the crowded people. haha, I am joking! Please enjoy the photos and fireworks!
I tied up this belt by myself. You can get the manmade one, but I believe this is nicer:) My sister advised me that I should have wore the pink or red belt. Oh yes, that is true - I think red one would be nicer than yellow one! haha-)
Thanks for the kind comment. However I have one quesition - Do you live with your husband and lovely child in Delhi? or Do they live in UK and you visit them when you take leave? Were you already back in Delhi now? Please take care of yourself and have a safe trip back in India.
Now it is almost 6am on Friday. Can you imagine what I did last night? --Yes, I was blogging and thinking of (*1) what to write. I was a bit tired and very sleepy so I lay(*2) down and slept in! It took time to understant what was happened to me when I woke up!!! Luckily my alarm of mobile phone rung and I made it to wake up as usual.
Amy, I am sorry that I didn't work for homework... I wrote why I couldn't do in the blog above. I will do that tonight. Sweet dreams for the people at night & Have a nice day for the people in the morning:)
1: Would anyone please let me know of the difference between 'think' and 'think of'? I thought 'think of' meant 'think deeper'. Not really sure though..
2: Is 'lay' correct in this situation? It is VERY popular again in Japanese school to answer the difference between 'lie', 'lay' and 'lain'.
I appreciate everyone's support!
Alessandro> Hello. Thanks for kind comment everytime. I think, believe and hope the dinner on Wed was successful. However If I have behaved nicer, it would have been nicer as usual! well, it is difficiult to explain but I think everyone enjoyed it. I sometimes have more personal chat about work with my colleagues:) Anyway, enjoy the holiday!
Elnesto> Thanks for the comment everytime and telling me about your country. It is interesting. Usually the person who are new were treated. We paid for her and it goes like this : the head paid most, the vice head paid second most, and people followed. It is interesting that women always pay least. Women are treated nicely in those occasions.
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