Sunday, July 29, 2012

Sunday Snap

Sometimes, I wish I had lovely children and grandchildren to show here like some of other my friends, hehe.  Today, just a snap of hubby having fun simple game with next neighbor's boy. And secound picture is the shogi board. Hubby found that wood at the lumber shop and was given by the owner for free. Many many years ago, my father put the legs on it.


Thank you very much for stopping by, catch up with you later tomorrow. 

15 comments:

Barbara F. said...

That board is so interesting, love the legs your Dad made. I hope he is doing well, Miyako. I know what you mean about children and grandchildren. Our journey is a different one, I guess. But they do come in handy for blogging :-) (sometimes too much? lol) xo

TexWisGirl said...

i bet the neighbor's son enjoys the extra time and attention he gets at your place. :)

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

Yes there must be times when you miss not having children but it wasn't what God had in mind for you. I bet though you neighbours son had a great time hanging out with your hubby........

Michiko Johnson said...

Dearest Miyako san,
Neighbor's son will be happy time to talking with you too.
I want to make sure that when I have children I will have quality time for
them.
You will having a beautiful your heart for every body Miyako san.
Mainich-o Taisetuni okulasi kudasai-mase.
Michiko

Cloudy said...

Ich wünsche Dir einen tollen Sonntag mit viel Freude...

Lieben Gruß und Sonne im Herzen
CL

Fiona said...

Good morning Miyako,

Lovely photos for us today

I think the board is wonderful
and I bet that little boy loves
spending time in your house!

Have a happy Sunday

x Fiona

Thisisme. said...

Hi dear Miyako. Love your Sunday Snaps today!! Lovely to see your hubby playing with the little boy - I can imagine that you are sad sometimes. Mind you, you probably get fed up with me going on about my family sometimes!! Hee Hee!! I absolutely love that Shogi board, and the legs are beautiful. What lovely wood it is.

maddyrose said...

Dear Miyako,
The neighbor boy must feel special for being invited into your home and for your hubby to spend time playing a game with him. He looks like he's enjoying himself.
I must admit I am not sure what a Shogi Board is but admire the work your father put into making the legs. By the looks of this piece your father knew what he was doing. Did he do a lot of work with wood? Enjoy your day my dearest bs. Love always

Miss Simmonds Says said...

it looks like they're having a lot of fun! I love the board, it's so beautifully made

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako san,

Don't feel bad about not having your own children as you both have been able to reach out to so many children along the way. You've touched the lives of many youngsters in a very special way!
What a great memory of your Father, in combination with your dear husband for making such a lovely wooden Shogi Board!
Sending lots of hugs and love to my friend in the far east,
Mariette

Shelly said...

That shogi board is so special because your dad made the legs for it. I know it is a treasured piece in your home, my dear friend Miyako. (Sorry I'm so late commenting- we were out of town.) I think you and your husband have many children of the heart because you both show such great love to all the children in your life.

Tamago said...

The pictures of your husband playing with neighbor's boy are very lovely! Looks like they are both having lots of fun :-)
The shogi board legs look very nice!! I have no idea how to play shogi...but it must be fun if I did!

Anne said...

It's nice that you still have it. =)

Ann said...

how fun for them both!!
children so enjoy the time that people spend with them..they learn and grow in so many ways!! he is lucky to have neighbors like you and your husband!
i did not know what a Shogi board was..so i looked it up! it is a beautiful piece..and more special because of those wonderful feet your father made for it! quite a treasure!!
xo from Southern California!!!!

Mina said...

Oh Miyako, what beautiful woodwork! You and your husband are loved by so many and open your home with such warmth. Hugs my beautiful friend. Mina