It's raining!

You may have seen one of the videos I sent out to offer blessings and comfort to those in Japan who have been so hard-hit by rains, and even earthquakes this summer.  Many sections of JR track have been closed due to landslides, and down here in Higashihiroshima the rain continues.  Once again I call upon Ashtar and all the Ascended Masters to help those who have been enduring this difficult season to find comfort as they piece their lives back together.

Yes, I am in Higashihiroshima once again, just a short train ride from Hiroshima itself.  Our first evening here Yuka Okawa Reinhart, my translator, and I visited a restaurant here in town that specializes in one of the local delicacies.  The pictures below show the preparation of one of my favorite dishes; Okunomiyaki, which loosely translated may mean “what you like on the grill.”  There is no end to what is contained in these delicious crepe/pancake/omelet treats: veggies, ham, bacon, cabbage, seafood, noodles, you name it, they will put it in.  Then it is all grilled-up together into a mouth-watering meal.  Yum!  Oishii!

We are only here for two days then it is off to Osaka for three days.  Which reminds me, is there a frequent rider program for the JR trains?  I should have lots and lots of miles!

Blessings of Universal Love,

Terrie 🙂



The Higashihiroshima crew: (LB)Megumi Kawai of Kara, (C) Erina Matsuda, (R) Keiko Matsuda our hosts and top Yuka Okawa Rinehart