Saturday, May 29, 2010
“Just when I thought I would email you that nothing is shakin here in LA (in terms of my tree seeds), lo and behold, I noticed a small sprout coming out of the gingko pot---Yayyyy! I'm still waiting for my parasol seeds to pop.”
---Doris and Roy LongmanCongratulations!!
Monday, May 17, 2010
"Mr. Sunairi, Early this month of April 14th, I went to the park to see how our Hibaku Parasol Tree was doing, then I couldn't find it, I thought I saw it a while ago. This park had many people gathering for Hanami (in Japanese tradition in the spring time, they do picnick on the ground by blossomed trees). I feel terrible. It has gotten smaller without leaves, so I was afraid someone would step on it or kids playing succor would break the seedling...I looked for it around there for a while... I was dreaming of it growing large leaves....can I try again? Many of my friends are very sad about it. Are you coming back to Hiroshima? This is an unfortunate news....."
"Something may have happened, it is unfortunate, but nothing we can do with it! So let's try a new seed!!"
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