He looks calm, and relaxed. But a few minutes later he decided to attempt flying again, which he really can’t do anymore. He sort of fluttered around, and landed behind the staircase and I had to get them out from behind there.
You never know these days when he will become suddenly startled and sort of jump up and land somewhere randomly.
He just looks so cute. He’s relaxing on his swing, sitting on one leg, which for some reason is the most comfortable position for a bird on an unstable swing.
It’s now 6:30 p.m. Just after I got home the downpour began.
According to the Yomiuri Shinbun:
“East Japan Railway Co. has announced that it will halt all train services in the Tokyo metropolitan area after 8 p.m. Sunday due to the approaching Typhoon No. 24.”
On the way home I noticed the trains were unusually crowded for a Sunday early evening.
This is the first time I ever heard of a scheduled shut-down of all train services though. A lot of people are going to get stuck.
My storm shutters are closed.
Monta is oblivious. He’s eating dinner now.