The web shop was transferred to Kyoko by the former owner and manager, who started it,
instead of receiving her discharge allowance.
Kyoko would continue to manage and operate it as an owner with Saori.
Then, Saori asked her,
“Mom, I’d like to be the manager of this web shop.
Please allow me, because I want my class mates around here from my high school days
to think I’m working; I have a job.
I promise that I’ll manage the shop diligently,” said Saori.
Kyoko accepted her daughter’s wish. Saori became the new manager of
the web shop and she was very pleased with it. So was Kyoko as her mother.
Saori couldn’t work as she wished and take part in the usual activities of young people her age.
She didn’t want to do so.
She could not help doing so because of her illness, from which she has had difficulty breathing and has been attacked by strong fatigue, fever so on when she did some things since that incident.
Continually staying home and not working was apt to often bring misunderstanding to some people.
Relatives and neighbors thought of her as a stay-at -home.
She was never one.
Her nature was the opposite.
She already knew that an unemployed person looked so bad in their narrow local area.
She worried about social appearances.
She wanted them (relatives and neighbors) to regard her as a working woman.
Managing the web shop made her a business owner.
She had a job! continue