One of the things my husband and I like to do here is eating out, and most of the time, we take Daisy and Dahlia with us.
We don't have to worry where to keep them during our meal because nearly all restaurants provide tables outside. (Sometimes they are right next to highways where jeepneys and tracks pass by, spewing their exhaust fumes out though.)
But we have to worry about Daisy who's effected by heat very easily.
The other day, we went to a pancake place for breakfast.
However, when we get there, it was already lunch time and the sun blazed straight down on the sunshade.
In case of that, I had some packs of ice jell with me, so I put them in a water-soaked Japanese Tenugui and had it around Daisy's neck.
But they melted soon.
Then I asked a waiter some cube ice and put it on her neck instead.
It is too big, isn't it?
She looks like a delivery person or a traveler in the Edo era.
Where are you going?
We learned a lesson from the experience.
I made a Japanese Kimono for summer, called Yukata, with another Tenugui.