Hi! I'm a Filipina married to a Japanese and speaking Niponggo all through the day and I'm afraid I'm losing my English(although I'm not fluent at both languages) that's why I started my on-line diary/photo blog for practice.I'll be grateful if you'll let me know my mistakes.
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Kizuna means ties,bonding.
Wakaba and Haruka baked a cake to make their Dad happy on Father's Day~ their Dad went to Tokyo that day and the first thing that the kids did was to bake their Dad's favorite chocolate cake~with my help lol. Kids in the neighborhood was calling them out to play but they want to finish first baking before playing with them. Lucky Daddy, he is loved so much by his children!
The Mommy however didn't prepare fancy dinner to celebrate Father's Day coz he doesn't want me to do so and he just want his ' curry rice ' for dinner~ a leftover in our pantry and curry tastes so much better when it is reheated ^_^
A kiss + a hug+ kids letter for their father+ curry rice + Gâteau Chocolat = Happy Father's Day! Wakaba is improving her baking skills but I still have to support her Gâteau Chocolat
Daddy's dessert plate
Wakaba's letter from the heart
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