This plant needs more attention than any animal pet I have ever owned.
Seven hours ago it’s all, “oh I’m wilting, oh help me.”
Then I give it some water, and six hours later it’s much improved.
And then another hour later it’s in perfect condition again.
It was the same thing yesterday. And it will probably be the same thing tomorrow.
The person who gave it to me said it only needs water once a week. Thanks, Katsuyo-san!
It’s like the person who gave me my dog, Tao, so many years ago and promised, “Don’t worry he won’t even grow to be twice the size.”
Help me! I’m wilting! Water!
Ah, feeling a bit better now.
All better now! I’ll call you when I need you.
Monta was helping me get ready this morning, but it was too early for him so he was really sleepy.
Cute, and intelligent too!
I’m just back from the Eko-in where I picked up Mon’s urn. So she is home again, resting next to Hao and Tao.
The locker where Mon’s urn was kept, waiting to be picked up. Some people leave their pets there indefinitely.
At the exit of the house containing all the urns.
Back at home. From left to right is Mon, Hao and in the large box is Tao’s urn.