Wednesday, April 13, 2011

on the way to the market

I usually go to several different markets, depending on my mood, depending on what I want to cook.

On this particular day, on this route, there is a "house" in our neighborhood that has 3 sakura trees on their property.

I say "house" but on their property there are actually 3 houses! (I've seen the inside when their gate opened to let their car in)

In the foreground there are also these huge sequoia trees, Satoshi says "you can really tell the seasons with these trees".

Actually to the left of this shot, is the other house.

Then in a small alleyway, you pass by a little garden and can see a huge sakura tree which overhangs onto a parking lot.

I love how people here have trees and plants that can be enjoyed throughout the year.

I want to share with you another funny conversation between Satoshi and I recently:
s: (he's reading the newspaper in english) "Kat, do you feel geo-para-dized?"
k: "what?!"
s: geo-para-dized
k: "what?!"
s: geo-para-dized
k: "what are you reading?" (looks at what he is reading)
(she rolls on the floor laughing...)


Nami @ Just One Cookbook said...

LOL!!!!!!!!! I enjoy the conversation you have with Satoshi-san. We have similar conversation with my husband. We can't get rid of Japanese way of reading English vocabularies sometimes....

genkitummy said...

hahaha. cute story!

jalna said...

Hahahaha . . . so cute you guys!

Japan Australia said...

I would love to plant some Cherry Blossom trees at my house. It would be amazing to see them everyday during the Spring!!

Japan Australia

K said...

Haha! Geo-para-dized! It would've taken me a WHILE to figure that one out :o)

KirkK said...

That really funny Kat!

manju said...

Too cute...kept trying to figure it out before the punch line but I didn't see that coming! ; D

K and S said...

glad I made everyone smile (laugh). J-A I hope you do plant that tree!

Take care everyone!

Rowena said...

What on earth WAS he reading?!

K and S said...

If I remember correctly Rowena, he was reading an article about the nuclear plant in Fukushima.

Take care.

Deb in Hawaii said...

That is too funny. Good thing you looked--that would have been pretty impossible to figure out. ;-)

K and S said...

I'm glad I could figure it out too Deb in Hawaii :)

Take care.