Kyouzaki finished his recording for the morning and was out to have lunch. It was rare of him to get lunch with his busy schedule and what not. He even had time to pick which restaurant he'd like to go to. So Kyouzaki would take advantage of this and go to his favorite restaurant. His mother's home. He smiled at the thought of freshly cooked takoyaki and white rice with a side of udon. He looked back at his company's building before preparing to get into his car. He remembered that he forgot something and had to run back into the building to get the present he had bought for his mother. She wasn't exactly old, but she wasn't young either. Kyouzaki had bought her some flowers and an expensive set of gardening tools. Seeing as his mother's favorite hobby was tending to the garden. He looked around for it and then he realized he had left in the the dressing room and he headed inside. He saw that he had a bouquet of flowers from his mother and he smiled. The roses had died. "You always let the roses die first." Kyouzaki whispered to himself with a smile.