In Kofu on Saturday, March 20, people play tennis

After breakfast, Katya and I went out to play tennis.  High school kids were playing tennis, too.  The highest temperature was 20 C today, so we played in T-shirts.

It was nice to move our bodies.

After tennis, we dropped by at Coffee Tonya.  There was enough supply, as people might not be interested in keeping coffee.  I ordered a cup of caffe macchiato to go and bought Bailey’s chocolates and Brazilian candies.

For preparing dinner, I went to Ogino supermarket.  Food supply was normal, except for dairy products, because of the radioactivity found in milk produced in Fukushima.

I made spaghetti for dinner.

We had the wine given at the graduation dinner.

TV programs came back to normal.  We are watching Peter Sellers’ Casino Royale of the year 1967.

By the way, there was no electricity breakdown today.

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