The Koushi cherry blossoms.

Cold north wind blows on Sunday, April 6.

My wife and I went to the school grounds of the neighboring elementary school 
for going to see cherry blossoms at night sightseeing.
(This cherry tree is called Koushi cherry tree in the hometown.)
Since time when I was discharged from 
the hospitalas for coming here five years ago.
Cherry blossoms lighted up bloomed wonderfully 
while being strongly jolted to cold north wind.
It was hard that I walked, and, as for me five years ago, 
dozens of meters from the parking lot to school grounds was serious.

So tonight, I gave thanksgiving to a cherry tree.

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