I went to the park this morning, and when I started singing to myself, a foreigner who happened to be passing by clapped for me!
I was really happy but also a little embarassed
Now then, on a different topic, this is about something that happened last night.
Normally, so that my piano practice won’t be interrupted, I arranged with my mother for her to call me around 10pm at night.
So when the slightly sleepy me answered the phone, my mother suddenly said this.
Mom「What’s GranChanVolley short for?」
She said this to me.
Without even saying hello first.
With me being half asleep
Me「…Eh? How would I know」
※GraCoro…The name of a product from a McDonalds commercial
Mom「（lol）Oh, it’s just that there was a CM about GranChanVolley just now, and I thought Asahi might know! And then I thought of GraCoro right after that!」
Me「Yeah, I never even thought about it!」
We had such a conversation.
Afterwards my mother went「That’s all I wanted to ask! Bye!」
>And then she hung up on me.
She really only wanted to ask just that.
But at the same time, I realized I liked such pointless conversations about daily life.
Also! Another of my Nagasaki-based documentaries has been uploaded to YouTube!
Please watch it if you like！
This time it shows me walking around Nagasaki with my friends!
The 3 of us climbing the hills of Nagasaki, and eating stewed pork buns etc!
There’s a lot this time too!
When I watched it myself, more than just the nostalgia, I was really grateful to my 2 friends.
Thanks for always supporting and smiling at me!
The song I listened to today is KOKIA-san’s「Arigatou」!
The singing and the lyrics resonate within my heart.
When something important to you is always nearby, you tend to take it for granted, so you only realize how much it means to you after you lose it.
It’s a song that tells us not to take things for granted, but to be thankful that they exist at all!
This song sinks deep into my heart
(This is yesterday’s post)