Hey Mr Katsu, it’s good to have tools on hand for those special home projects! Remember when high school required girls to take “cooking and sewing” and boys to take “auto and wood shops”? Well, times have changed for the better and skills shouldn’t ever be gender related or labeled. Be YOU and learn all the skills and education you want to bring you happiness!
Hey Mr Katsu, it’s Chinese New Year! Do you know what animal year this is? Every Chinese New Year begins a new animal’s zodiac year and 2017 is the year of the Rooster. Time for family reunions, eating out, spring cleaning, getting personal and business matters in order and new beginnings.
Hey Mr Katsu, rain is finally here in California! Time for a “blanket burrito”, jackets, mittens and scarves! Put on your winter wear, sip your hot chocolate and enjoy those homemade soups before sunny and warm California weeks return!
Hey Mr Katsu, are you ready…10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1… Happy New Year! 2016 can easily be called the year of “urgent awareness” and I hope 2017 will be marked by “actions” addressing those issues. Wishing you good health, a balanced life style and your own actions towards causes close to your heart this coming year!
Hey Mr Katsu, REAL holiday keepsakes aren’t the number of gifts. It’s the sharing and caring that stay in our hearts! Hope you have lots of new memories to share in the years to come!
Oops, sorry Mr Katsu! What do you call words like “please”, “excuse me”, “sorry” and “thank you”? Hope manners and politeness aren’t lost during this holiday shopping season!
Hey Mr Katsu, HOLD that picture perfect holiday smile! Holiday gatherings mean food, friends and BIG TIME for picture taking. Don’t be shy and jump into your group pictures with your widest grin!
Hey, Mr Katsu so many holiday pies to choose from! Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving and remember to leave room for pie! Apple pie á la mode has to be my favorite! Who can resist a scoop of vanilla ice cream over a slice of warm apple pie?! Check out this link to learn more about pie history https://whatscookingamerica.net/History/PieHistory.htm
Hey, Mr Katsu let’s take note of persons who need assistance during this holiday season and all year long! Hold that door open, help reach for clothes hanging too high and find store help for them when needed.