100305 (Suzuki Airi) Girls!

Filed under: Suzuki Airi — nouciel @ 9:20 pm

I don’t want to graduate from middle school

Hello! Project member, active in ℃-ute and Buono!, Suzuki Airi-chan makes her first appearance in Girls! magazine. In this feature she’s seen in the garden of a Shinto shrine and is also seen playing tennis with a soft ball in a baseball stadium.

I have a good relationship with my friends in the soft ball club, and I’ve seen them in practice. That’s why I wanted to try it too. Today I had fun. Just as I thought, I hit the ball with the bat without having to jump. Althought the ball used in softball was big, after I saw that lots of them fell in the club’s practice room, now even baseball balls look small to me*.

I’m graduating from middle school soon, but I don’t want that to happen. I have lots of memories from middle school. I sold cucumbers in the culture festival, and apparently they were popular…? A lot of them were sold (lol)

2010 is the change from 9 to 10. I’m becoming a high school student, and I want to start new things. I’m interested in cuisine and fashion. So far I only know how to make chocolates for Valentine’s day, I don’t really know how to cook, but I want to learn. The other members who are entering high school are also very interested in fashion. I want to go shopping, chose my own clothes, and become better in dancing too (lol). More than anything, I want to have positive thinking, with my love for singing, I feel as if I won’t lose to anyone. I want that feeling to keep on living.

* : Baseball balls are sorta big and heavy. Softballs are lighter, but still big in size.


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