I finished washing dishes, then I told them:
"I went to the library to return books which I borrowed last time, and borrowed other books today."
I also told my 5-year-old daughter:
"You like stories related to food and snacks, don't you? So I borrowed some."
"Look mom! I drew this."
"Wow! Did you draw this? A ramen and a soft ice cream which are served at the ramen shop where we sometimes go, right? You drew Naruto and corn and Char siu! It looks tasty. Amazing!"
"And you drew a tea cup. Did you draw a tree?"
"Yes. The right one is a cherry tree blooming. The middle one is a cherry tree in summer, and the left one is a cherry tree in winter."
I was impressed with her imagination.
My 7-year-old son who was listening to my speaking to her told me:
"I can draw ramen and soft ice cream!"
He started drawing eagerly.
"Look mom! I am done!"
He showed me his drawing.
"I drew a set meal. I am eating them on the train. You can see the window, right? You can see the scenery from the window of the train!"
"Wow! What a gorgeous meal! There is a crab! And I don't know why but there is also a Hinomaru-bento!"
Hinomaru-bento is a bento which consists of rice and umeboshi(pickled plum), and it looks like a Japanese national flag.
That's why it is called Hinomaru-bento.
He believes he is good at drawing, so it was funny for me that maybe he didn't want to lose to his sister.
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