I took what I thought was a pretty good photo of Anne, Alice and Chris. They were pantomiming confusion about an art installation on South Grand that looked more like a road sign than art, but Anne didn’t like it, because she thought that it made her look too silly, which is what she was trying to do at the time anyway. So, instead of another more boring picture of the three of them sitting together on a park bench, I’ve chosen this selfie that Chris took in the Tokyo railroad station. He showed it to us on his phone and when he wasn’t looking, I lifted it. After the fact, I confessed to the deed, but he didn’t seem to mind, he thought it was a pretty good-looking selfie. I am shameless. Earlier, Alice and Chris came over to the house and made suitable sounds of admiration over our new plastering and painting work. We went out to lunch at Natasha’s on South Grand. After lunch we visited the botanical gardens. After that we did a late afternoon coffee at Shaw Coffee. We got back to the house just in time for them to change for a yoga class and then dash off to it. We get tonight off. They set the pace.