I generally see myself as a relatively easy going and compassionate person. An uglier, impatient side of my personality reveals itself when I eat at certain California restaurants. I’m surprised by the depth of my annoyance. And, it’s only getting worse.
The first chapter of Living Life in Kyoto came to a sweet conclusion. We got up and running in two weeks time.
Musical Japanese appliances can make fun of performing the daily routine of personal and household maintenance.
Upon revisiting a favorite Japanese garden, I found myself expecting more.
Only a very few days, at a certain time of the year, in a certain kind of place, at a certain time of day, qualify for exalted Zip-a-dee-doo-dah status. Yesterday was one of “those” days. Leaving the city of Kyoto for a break in the Let’s Play House routine, we drove (make that we were driven) onContinue reading “ZIP-A-DE-DO0-DAH”