I cut my bangs. Did you notice?
I saw my classmates. My memories stopped while we were students, but
They caught up right away, because her sky appearance, her favorite things and her heard hadn’t changed.
She said ‘LiSA, your place smells like cow, right?’
That was her impression (LOL)
It does smell like cows *are they stinky?) but that’s part of its charm.
I was from the boondocks, where everyone in the neighborhood knew each other, and rumors spread like wildfire, and everyone shared vegetables they grew, so I always longed for the city, and walked past the fields in my frilly skirts and gaudily colored clothing.
But even now that I live in the city like I always dreamed about, and tried as hard as I could to become a city-girl, I’m still a country girl so I think that what I like and my heart of hearts hasn’t changed at all.
I brought everything from the country with me, and that’s why a country girl lives in the city.
That’s how I show my thanks to my home town that gave me so many memories.
So I get sad when I someone bumps into me, and they ignore me,
And I still long after that glittering world.
And that’s okay.
Usagi oiishi kano yama!
Today’s Another Great Day。