Someday, Somewhere

Friday is a busy day in my life.
In the morning, at a hotel in Shinjuku, we had a breakfast meeting for the hospital association.
It has been going on for nearly 40 years, and I am one of the founding members, the youngest to join, and now the oldest among the attendees.
At noon, we had a rotary luncheon at a hotel in Ginza.
I was also the youngest to join, and now I’m an older member.
It also boasts a history of over 30 years.
In both cases, there will be guest speakers every time, and it will be a study session.
Yesterday, both were professors at Tohoku University.
Coincidentally, both stories are about research on aging and anti-aging.
Of course, both were close friends.
I like this kind of study group, and have been participating almost every day since I was young.
I just don’t like eating.
At home, I eat tofu and eggs while listening to lectures on TV or the Internet.
As a student of the nagara tribe, isn’t this my own feeling?
In the evening, a private saxophone concert in Ginza followed by a pizza sandwich get-together.
We exchanged business cards, and everyone said they had met me in the past.
Is it a party somewhere, a lecture, or a study group?
We had met at some point or another.
I have struggled as a manager in the medical care industry for 40 years, so it is natural.
We take pride in the history of Koyama G as the history of policies for medical care and nursing care for the elderly.
I myself have become a seasoned manager.
I was asked a variety of questions, and finally, as a private question, I was asked what I consider to be my personal foundation and peace of mind.
I didn’t even think about it, so I thought for a moment before answering.
He has no hobbies and only thinks about the management of Koyama G day and night, but he says that the peace of mind comes from regular conversations with the staff.
I can only answer yes.
Surrounded by many Koyama G staff, he spends the day safely.
My only family, relatives, friends and society.
I can only thank you.
Today, I will go strawberry picking with my family and staff at the maternal and child facility.
Of course, it was to enjoy the freshly picked strawberries with the children.
It’s been a busy week.
But I hope you have a happy weekend.
thank you.

Pulse oximeter 98/99/98
Body temperature 36.5 Blood sugar 202
Somewhere tonight
CEO Yasunari Koyama


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