I had a dream last week, that I was going to work at a cafe, and I was dreaming about a cafe that had this blue sky, and this white cafe sign, and it was this wonderful place where you could drink tea, and eat bread, and there was so much love and so much joy, and everyone knew each other, and they were laughing and laughing and smiling and having a great time.
But there’s no blue sky here.
It’s a white cafe, but it has a blue sky.
The sky has been turned black.
The sign is no longer blue.
And the cafe is now a very dark, very dark place.
I want to tell you about a blue-sky cafe in Japan.
It was named Maki.
This is what they say: “If you want to be an honest man, be honest.”
The name of the cafe, Maki, means “the heaven,” and it is a place where we all gather to be honest.
It has a wonderful atmosphere.
This place was named Blue Moon Cafe.
It is a cafe in the same neighborhood as the famous Blue Moon, but in this case, the Blue Moon has disappeared.
I was a little disappointed that they had gone out of business, because I think this cafe is very special.
The name Maki is actually very interesting.
The word Maki means “breathe.”
But what does that mean?
It means to breathe.
It means the most wonderful thing in the world.
If you have a cold, you breathe in the air around you.
It breathes in the people around you, it breathes out the air in your lungs.
It does all of those things.
When I came to Japan, I lived in a house that was very old and dirty.
But when I came here, I was living in a beautiful, modern house, and the first thing I noticed is the colour of the wallpaper.
There are so many white walls, and each wall has this beautiful blue sky there, and you can’t see the sky, so it’s almost like a beautiful dream, and then I came down to the blue-shaded floor and saw that it had a very beautiful blue-black sky.
This blue sky is like a very rich, rich, green sky.
It looks like an amazing, wonderful, wonderful blue sky to me.
And then I saw that the blue sky had a rainbow, and a rainbow is a very special, special thing.
So, I think that’s how I describe the Blue Sky Cafe.
Now, when I was working at the Blue Snow, there was a lot of competition.
One of my colleagues was a really good friend of mine, and he told me that if I ever got into a cafe business in Japan, that he wanted to be a partner, and that he was looking forward to working with me.
I said, “Yeah, sure, but I want you to know that I want the Blue Moons name to go to a cafe called Maki.”
So that’s what I’m going to do.
This Blue Moon cafe is named Maka, and Maka means “sky” in Japanese.
This means “blue sky.”
And that’s why this cafe has a very bright blue sky on it.
It also means that the cafe owner is very serious.
He does his job very well.
There is always a lot going on in the cafe.
There’s always lots of laughter and love and laughter.
He loves his customers very much.
So he’s very much in love with his customers.
When you go into Maki on a Saturday, you see all these beautiful people who are having a wonderful time.
It might take you a few minutes, but once you come out, you’ll see that the people have a great day, and everybody’s happy.
It reminds me of a good day.
When the Blue Ice Cafe was in the 1980s, the owner, a man named Yukio Takano, went out to his shop every Saturday and he would come back and say, “Look at all the wonderful people.
Everybody’s happy, and all the people are having such a good time.
This has been a very successful business.
There aren’t many cafes in Japan like this.
I know that’s very hard to believe, but when I first came here in the early 1980s it was amazing.
You’d see a lot more people than now.
But the more I’ve come to Japan over the years, I’ve seen so many beautiful things, and now I’m very happy with it.
And this Blue Moon is very lucky to have such a nice cafe, because Maki has become a very famous place in Japan in the past 20 years.
Now when I go back to Japan I won’t have a lot to do with Maki anymore, but if I want, I can come and sit down at a nice, clean, quiet place.
That’s the way