Tomo is a 6 years old American Akita. He was guarding a nursery that caters to Bonsai practitioners. American Akita, according to the owner is bigger than the Japanese Akita.
My Mother, J.J. and I passed by a Japanese supermarket called Nijiya and picked up a couple if trays of freshly made sushi for lunch.
Persimmons (Fuyu Kaki) are one of my favorite fruits. My Mother's tree bore so many lovely fruits and she kept about 3 dozens still hanging on the tree until we came home. Some of these are size of medium apples. I washed them eat one skin and all. Truly yum. I will write about the numerous benefits of persimmon in my www.yogaandmeditationforseniors.blogspot.com blog.
When my Mother is not working in her yard, out doing volunteering, she is in her spacious kitchen. Tonight as we were chatting, she whipped up a delicious dinner.
Eating 25 different variety of food per day in small quantity must be also another secret of healthy living.
Trout caught by my brother at a remote lake on route to Yosemite National Park.
Sweet potato from Fresno. She steam them first then lightly browned with butter.
Aloha -- Cathi