I’ll be honest, Tanabata usually takes a back seat to the 4th of July at our house. By the time we celebrate Independence Day by going to the beach, BBQ’s, and late-night fireworks, I don’t even want to think about celebrating another holiday 3 days later. How about you? How do you celebrate Tanabata?
So I was very grateful when my daughter made some Tanabata decorations at Japanese School yesterday.
My daughter’s Tanabata wish: “にじがみたい” (I want to see a rainbow).
Take a moment today to make a tanabata wish!
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