Slow Sunday

We got up late in the morning. I took Maya-san out while Katya made breakfast.

Maya-san took a nap.

We had an afternoon walk.

We played tennis in the evening.  The temperature was 10 C, but unfortunately it was too windy.

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6 Responses to Slow Sunday

  1. AdelaideBen says:

    10 degrees… sounds like a cold game of tennis. Still that’s pretty warm I would think – all things considered. And Katya (and of course Maya-san) were used to colder winters before she moved to Japan?

  2. Muravej says:

    It was a warm day for winter. Katya does not consider Kofu winter as “winter”. It is -25 C now in her hometown.
    However, she says it is not warm enough inside. T-chan probably knows how she feels.

  3. AdelaideBen says:

    Too true. T-chan always feels Adelaide is too cold (even though our winter’s about 20 degrees warmer than in Sapporo). It’s all about heating and psychology… Adelaide homes are generally built for summers (not winter) and it’s the grey windy weather that “feels” colder even though it’s definitely warmer. Also, snow is much warmer than rain (as long as it stays frozen). We just get the rain… which is also just a bit depressing.

    -25… that’s VERY cold. It makes me shiver just thinking about it. The coldest I’ve been in is about -17 (as Sapporo is by the sea it tends to be milder, given it’s lattitude). Hmmm… I want to put a sweater on just thinking about it.

  4. Muravej says:

    I experienced -20 C in Illinois, USA. Actually, you can survive easily with proper clothes on. Yes, houses must be warm inside. So I understand what Katya is talking about, too.

  5. Jessica says:

    Murajev, votre chienne Maaya est très mignonne! Elle a l’air d’avoir une vraie vie de pacha!;-)

  6. Muravej says:

    Oui, Jessica, elle est tres mignonne et aussi intelligente. Je ne sais pas si la sienne est en rose, mais nous sommes vraiment des bons amis.

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