Schedule for June ・New tea from Sri Lanka
Today is the beginning of the week in June. In the morning, when I looked into Dimbura's shop, it smelled sweet.
Yesterday, Mr. Fujimoto, who loves black tea and holds tea classes himself, gave me this lily flower as a gift.
Unfortunately, I wasn't there, but Mr. Fujimoto was small, had a round face, and always had a smile on his face. I really smile all the time.
Even when she was taking care of her deceased husband, she was always smiling. . . . . .
"I have a lot of tea friends, and I always get power," is her favorite phrase.
I always get cheer from her.
June is full of plans for tea.
First of all, there is fresh tea on board for Japan now. It is scheduled to arrive at the port of Tokyo next week.
Seminars will be held on the 12th and 13th at Shikoku Takamatsu, Sunday tea time at Dimbura on the 15th, Kirin Beverage media seminar at Tokyo Kaikan on the 16th, training at Mother Leaf in Nerima on the 19th, and Higashi Ginza Mother Leaf on the 22nd. Sunday tea time, 27th is NHKFM.
In addition, every Tuesday, there is a tea class for beginners, and two graduate classes. I also have two shots.
The late new book is also a final meeting this week.
We will also have a meeting today for the "tea textbook" that will be released in the fall. .
Come on, don't lose to the rain and do your best! Let's take a deep breath in front of the lilies one more time.