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I rubbed my eyes. Mother was boiling tea. Brother Cheme was playing beside the hearth and already in his new clothes. "Mother, where is Brother Basang? " I asked, putting on my clean clothes. "Not yet," she answered. "Come wash your face and help your brother wash his face," she said, making tsamba for us. We washed our faces and ate breakfast. Brother Basang arrived just as we finished eating. " Brother Basang asked as he was about to herd our yaks to the mountains. "As quickly as possible, maybe tomorrow," Mother answered.
Quickly, calm the dog. I have something important to tell her," he said. " said Mother, coming out the tent and wiping her hands on the edge of her robe. "Sister Chotso, it's me. Your daughter won't call off the dog," said the man. "Oh, Brother Tsering. You've come! " Mother greeted him and they both entered our tent with a big laugh. "I'm sorry. She has never seen you and probably thought you were a robber or something," Mother explained. D •60• "No problem. She's a child," the man said politely.
The warmth and smell of boiling milk comforted me. I heard the sound of wood being cut outside and wondered who was doing it. I looked around and did not see Aunt. I guessed she had gone to herd the yaks. I turned my head and as I removed the robe that had kept me warm for the night, I saw Grandmother prostrating in front of the Buddha images in the tent. She murmured something I had not heard before. She took a butter lamp from the wooden box, which she had made a few days earlier, placed it on the shrine in front of the Buddha images, and lit it.