A moment of contentment
Finally, I planted all the seedlings.
The cantaloupes and honeydew seeds germinated this year.
So, I'm looking forward to eating them if they survive.
I don't really like doing gardening.
(Yes, "Japanese are good at gardening" is a stereotype.)
but I love sitting under the cherry tree in my yard,
listening to the birds singing, and feeling the breeze on
my cheek, and writing my blog in my bare feet.
I think this is such a luxurious time for me.
It is a moment of contentment.
I love the energy of trees rather than water.
So, I'm really grateful that I can live here.
Living in the mountains, lots of different birds visit me.
I saw this bird the other day.
I thought I saw this bird when I was in Japan, but I saw this bird for the very first time here.
It's called "Rock Pigeon". It is 33 cm tall, and a wingspan of 71cm.
This Pigeon has red eyes and white eyelids, and she tilted her head a little and looked at me through the window. When she blinked, she looked sexy and pretty at the same time.
There was another pigeon that I saw a few years ago.