In the morning when I woke

This morning, Saturday, it`s my day off.
I woke up at 6:00.
I overslept.
I must be tired.
Yesterday we had 9 board meetings on Zoom.
At night there was a study session.
Of course, I participated in Zoom.
The rest of the time, I listens to entrepreneurs and critics online.
I can only think that the world is headed for a great recession and war.
I even thought that Japan wanted to return to the period of seclusion like the Edo period.
We will continue to accept technical intern trainees from Asia and provide consulting services for nursing homes.
However, as a matter of fact, Koyama G will not expand overseas.
Dedicated to making the lives of Koyama citizens of Koyama G in Japan safe and prosperous.
Ginza Clinic works on a project to protect the health of Koyama G staff and their families.
That’s just tens of thousands.
Only then can we protect the lives and health of patients and users.
Anyway, it was a coma-like sleep.
Is it because I’m taking antibiotics?
God’s salvation just didn’t have a nightmare on 3/11.
I don’t want to see the omen of a nightmare.
Trying to think that way is a mistake that lone managers tend to fall into.
I’m happy to be surrounded by Koyama G’s friends, and so far I’ve been lucky.
Until now.
I feel like I’ve used up all my luck in life.
However, now I am alive and my business is developing soundly.
It was a series of board meetings to confirm that.
At the Ginza office, Friday is pizza lunch day.
I also ate pizza and spaghetti with the staff who came to my house.
Today, let’s boil soba pasta.
It looks like it’s going to be a weekend to organize the food inventory at home.
Saturday was also trash day.

Pulse oximeter 98/98/98
Body temperature 36.2 Blood sugar 184

Ginza Neighborhood Association Retirement
CEO Yasunari Koyama


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