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January 27, 2013 / Mika Riedel

Professor Aya-chan’s Happy Lecture

December 4th, 2012

Boo-chan’s report

Today we went to the Hibiki Industrial Park.

Just before leaving last week I was talking with Aya-chan and Yuna-chan about a Christmas party.  When we parted, I told them “let’s discuss possibilities later”.

So today when I arrived in the lounge, Aya-chan was waiting with all of the chairs arranged around the whiteboard.  “Let’s begin discussing our Christmas party.”

  

I suppose they use this method to decide things in school too.

Professor Aya-chan and (assistant) professor Yuna-chan’s leadership was great and plans were rapidly established.  The day will be December 25th. Some of the activities we decided on were treasure hunts, standup comedy, singing, and cookie making.

With our discussion finished, next up was music class. We practiced “Mountain Polka”, which kids learn in the second grade, then we had a test on it.

  

Onchan-Shisho seemed to be having difficulty passing…

Eventually we ran out of time and went over to join Middle School student S-chan who was patiently waiting to play cards.

Aya-chan’s drawing class began and they made decorations for the Christmas party. She instructed them, “Let’s write our Christmas wishes on the tree decorations”.

There are a lot of reasons to look forward to our Christmas party on the 25th.

The middle school boys comedy duo showed their faces as usual and we had a happy and peaceful day.

Taking part in our activity today were Onchan-Shisho and Boo-chan.

Written by Nijiiro Crayons on 12/4/2012.

Translated by Paul Haugerud.

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