Cracking edamame at the window sill is a kind of weekend vibes.
So far it's my favourite leafless snacks, being convenient to have them washed and cooked, just several mins to get them served. Remember not to eat them raw as they contain unhealthy toxins in uncooked state.
So i want to explain this picture. Just a bit earlier i tried to photo bomb a Japanese family's, family portrait. It was super formal suits ties professional cameras n lights on the shrine grounds. So heres me thinking yeh lets jump in the middle and ask for a pic. They shunned me down in a harsh serious tone. Of course they did. So that got me feeling a little crappy in the back of my head i just felt my mood change a little, i mean i couldnt give a toss about the rejection but im only human i gues so i felt a little on the grey side well anyway few blocks down the road out of the shrine, just before the rossi store, i saw a little girl picking up what seemed to be nuts with her, what appeared to be grandma. So here comes me sticking my nose in to everything, like i do, to see whats up, whats going on. So she sorta explains and i listen with my 'hai hai hai' approach and then set to leave but i pick a nut and take it with me. So jut when i say sayonara to the granny and then louder to the kid and set to walk away,the kid comes running with some nuts and puts a load in my hand. i smiled from ear to ear. I then just thought to my self how fleeting our moods and perception to the world around us are at any givdn moment. Seek out positives, if you look hard enough you will find somethiNg in everything. Goodnight ✨❤️ .