A few people I met here in Japan say that we shall not pick cherry blossoms, or we lose our luck.
I consider myself a lucky person. Sometimes it grows into an excess of self confidence which I fight to control, but overall, it's true. Health, peace and safety have been my partners during all my life, and these follow those around me too.
Yesterday, I picked 3 flowers from the cherry tree that grows near my house. It was the first time I did it. I didn't want to photograph them, really. One, I gave to Maria, and the other 2 I want to give to someone, or 'two'. I want to give flowers to 100 people, but didn't dare to pick so many...
So here it is.
This is a small gift I'd like to give to all the 100 kind hearts who collaborated with this project,=>> Pray for Japan
<<=. And many more.
But did I lose my luck? No. I think that I'm sharing it, so each of you will always have peace, health and safety... all the rest, we can work on in order to achieve.
Thank you, stay well, and I see you very soon.
***For different resolutions, just let me know.
***I wrote the haiku, and I'm sorry for that... I'm terrible with beautiful words...
I wanted to use Al McDermid
... which's pretty good. Maybe I'll ask him.