The weatherman has been quite the comedian these past few days with nothing but rain, rain, and more rain forecasted over the three-day weekend. Thankfully the reality, while not completely opposite, was much better than expected and we were able to have a small outing to marvel at the cherry trees in the area.
English Conversation students at the Smith’s School of English in Kotoen スミス英会話 甲東園 were delighted and with what little opportunity we were blessed with. The weatheman forced widespread cancelation of ‘hanami’ around the region and many Sunday outings were on a ‘last minute wait and see’ program. Luckily, we were able to have a short-but-sweet get-together this morning.
It was a little cold and we fear that the blossoms well be short-lived compared with last year, but that’s OK. We had two beautiful years in a row and this weekend turned out better than expected.
One of the beauties of having a Smith’s School of English Franchise is the ability to get involved with the local community in the area of your choice, making meaninful relationships, helping people improve themselves with whatever goals they have laid out, and making a nice, easy, low-stress living in the process. Today was proof of that.
Martin Werner Zander
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