In San Jose Japantown that means that we don't have to put money in the meters.
That a cash pick-up person at Nijiya Market knows the whole history of Caesar Chavez and his importance to farm workers in the USA.
That a lady visiting from Florida seeks out Sak n' Sak and finds one of us putting spring decorations on the Japantown bulletin board outside on the corner and asks about getting into the shop! She buys a lunchbag (in purple) and a small zippered bag to take back with her. (Thank you, Annette if you are reading this!)
That we find ourselves in issues of Eucalyptus Magazine earlier in the week so, we go to get a copy for relatives and one to keep in the shop!
It's all about thing of others, keeping horrendous events from happening because we CAN do something about things, and counting ourselves lucky to be working!
Hope your day is good too!