Wishing, Hoping & Celebrating…

On the 4th of July, we Americans were able to celebrate our Independence day.  My day was rather mixed, actually.  A friend said, I looked like a walking party and patriotic with my Oceania balloons. 🙂


Any how, on July 7th, the Japanese people celebrate,  what is called, “Tanabata” aka “The Star Festival.”

On this day people decorate bamboo branches with paper strips and ornaments and make wishes.  It is believed that a wish comes true when you write your wish on the paper strips and hang them on the bamboo.

I would like to share with you that on July 7th, 2013, Club Image, my friend misse and Setsuna Hirano, will be celebrating and would like to invite you to their dance show.  The show starts at 11PM Japan time (7:00 AM PDT).  Here is your taxi:




EXiA Yukata mini

SLink Jolie Pied Flat Suki Geta


Essences – Noodles – light rose

Scene=Tanabata Tree  which I purchased on marketplace:


You can read more about the Star Festival here:


They look forward in seeing you at Club Image.

“If you look up, there are no limits.” — Japanese Proverb



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