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Morning Glory Project's happy conclusion

I would like to report of the MORNING GLORY Project.

First, thank you for cooperating.

Names of 13 participants

The photo-book was very warm and good because the colors deepened with photographs and messages they gave!

Participants' pages were like photographs with messages. My pages were more than others.

When I see the finished product, I was impressed because it was much better than expected so I broke into a smile and was excited.

I needed to talk to the school before handing the photo- book but it was the most difficult for me who was a poor talker and bad to explain.

I had practiced the explanation a lot before calling because I didn't want them to think I was a suspicious person when I was in panic. I was nervous and I had hesitated to call many times... But what gave me courage at that time, were the photographs and messages from the participants.

The vice-principal, who handled my phone call, was very calm, listened to me well, and talked to the girl and her mother so I got an opportunity to hand it directly.

It was today. I met the girl after school. I talked to her about the time I got the seedling of the morning glory,

I raised the morning glory for the first time, and collected and distributed the seeds. She was so shy.

By the way, I remembered she had been so, when I got the seedling from her.

When I first got the idea of the project, I was nervous because I thought it was weird to make a photo-book and hand it. But it was really good I've done it, because she was really glad.

I took some pictures as a memory, but I can't put them here so I'm sorry to report with text only.

Thank you very much to all people who cooperated and watched over me.

Fortunately, I think I was able to see the seed of the flower of hope blooms

My morning glories continue to bloom even if it's weaker than in summertime and some buds are waiting to bloom.


Hayato Uchiyama

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