Thank you for visitint our blog. I'm Tekorin from Tokyo. My name is actually TenTen but my mom calls me Tekorin.
Sometimes my mom writes this blog. Sometimes I write.
Sorry my English is sometimes so furrnny like my Mom's.
Hope I can meet lots of furriends!!


Sunday afternoon

Hello Furriends,

Sorry for not being able to post sooner.

Today it was Sunday here in Tokyo.(Now it is Monday already!)
My husband and I took a long nice walk today.
We had been quite busy these days so it was nice to have such a lovely afternoon.

We enjoyed tasty burgers...
bought some breads (very yummy!)
walked along a park...
had a cup of coffee in the town where old and new meets...

We just enjoyed our peaceful afternoon.

It looks like we had a Sunday afternoon as usual,but it was different for us.

So many thonghts coming out of my head and we feel like something so different.
We are not sure what and how it changed yet,though.

Last night we saw on TV the official report from Tokyo Fire Department who're working very very hard to save Japan from the Fukushima Nuclear Plant problem at the risk of their own lives.

I will never forget this.
(Wish I could find the translated one,but I couldn't right now.sorry...)
(I found the translated one!)

They struggled to hold back their tears when they talk about how sorry they feel for their members' Families.
But they were completely cool and have done their dangerous job.(and still the others are working very hard)
There explanations were very simple and reliable and made us feel safe.
We never can't thank them enough.

When we came back home from our long nice walk, our 3 amigos were waiting for us as usual.

Oh how we thank them!
and THANK YOU furriends for your warmest concerns.

11 件のコメント:

  1. I am so glad you were able to get out and walk. We are all still praying and purring for you!

    Your pal, Pip

  2. Glad you were able to get out and have a little relaxation. We have been watching the reports on those brave workers at the power plant too. They are indeed very brave and unselfish men. Hugs GJ xx

  3. Maybe she is wrong but #1 thinks that looks a little bit like Arisugawa Park...

    The (French) Chans

  4. Me and Charlie are so so glad you both managed to have a peaceful Sunday. This is really nice!! After such horrific events it's just lovely to enjoy some normal stuff like a fun Sunday. Yay!! And it's great to see gorgeous Tekorin, B-Sensei and Ku-suke!! Awwwww!

    Thank you for the youtube link - even if we didn't understand we felt the men's sadness and emotion. Take care

  5. We're thinking of you! I'm so glad you got to take a walk and have some normal. Purrs to the beautiful ones too!

  6. We are glad you got to have some relaxing time. We are praying as hard as we can for you and your dear country. On Friday we did a special drum-circle just for Japan. 30 drums, and 20 voices lifted in prayer. I gave prayer for your blog friend who gave her life trying to save her sweet cat. And I prayed for you three, and your mom and dad.
    Let us know if there is something we can do. We feel helpless.
    Love TK mom

  7. We so happy to see you having a normal day...even though we know things are far from normal in your country. We are purring for all of you!

  8. We are so glad you had a normal day for a change. After all that has happened, we know how hard it has to be. We are still thinking and praying for you and all of the people there. Please give your amigos lots of kisses from us! Lots of love, Debbie and Holly

  9. Hi we are pleased to be able to stop by and read about you. What a wonderful feeling it is to have a normal day. May there be many more of those days for you all to come.

    I is Jake!
    Mom Laure

  10. It sounds like you had a lovely Sunday! I hope it helped to lift your Spirits and brought you some peace of mind. And what a wonderful way to end your day by returning to your three beautiful amigos!

    I was so sorry to read of the loss of one of your blogging friends, and the fact that some are still missing. My heart goes out to you and their families. I hope the missing bloggers turn up safe.

    Thank you for sharing the wonderful video of the interviews. Those men are heroes, and it made me teary. They and their families are very brave.

    Continued thoughts and prayers to you and all in Japan.

    Suka and KrisAnne

  11. We are glad you were able to have some peaceful time in the midst of such a stressful time. Those firefighters, and the nuclear plant workers trying to save everyone are HEROES. We are so thankful for them and their efforts.

    We are purring and praying for you all.