Sunday, July 20, 2014

Little quiz for you;

        Today, would you allow me to give you a little quiz for you;
*Can you guess what it is in the picture below?*
This is what my husband made for me without telling me what he was making. When I found him working in his tiny carpentry space in our small warehouse, he said, "just nothing".  I thought it might be a fishing gadget or something.

You might get an idea from the thing in the picture. This is a 'scratcher' for your back which we can buy at 100-yen shop.  And we call it "mago-no-te, 孫の手".  Literally, it means "grandchild's hand". I wish I had one who does that for me p;)








*Here is the answer*
I had told him the night before that I wish I had something to put under my temple when sleep. I was using the top of the 'scratcher' but it is a bit high. He had cut half of the wooden globular shaped ball and put the round one together with superglue. It worked quite fine, putting it alternately after short while. Comfortable push if you wouldn't use it too long.  Can be called a health appliance:-)  I wish all of you are having sound sleep at night ; not like me who has trouble...  

Wishing All of You Sweet Dreams;


















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17 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

oh, how nice of him! like an accupressure assist. :)

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, what an interesting tool. And this helps you to sleep. I toss and turn all night.. I could some assistance..Your hubby is so sweet, always thinking of you! Thanks for sharing! Have a happy day and week ahead!

EG CameraGirl said...

How clever! You have a handy husband!

Magia da Inês said...

✿✿º°。
Muito interessante!
Bom domingo!
º°。♡♡彡
Boa de semana!
Beijinhos.
♪♬♫º°

Breathtaking said...

How thoughtful of your husband! I hope it helps to give you sweet dreams.:)

retriever said...

Very nice work from your husband.
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Linda Kay said...

Miyako, what a lovely thought to do something to help you sleep. And thanks for the picture to demonstrate. I'm not sure how that would work for me, might give me a headache, but if it helps you that is terrific. I sleep like a log!

Karen S. said...

Oh so very clever, what a sweet husband you have. Wishing you many happy nights of good and restful sleep.

Patrycja (photoopassion) said...

Cudowny miś :)
Pozdrawiam Serdecznie ! :)
Photopassion :)

Tamago said...

Hi Miyako san. Your husband is so sweet! How wonderful he made the health appliance for you. At first I thought it was for your feet, like Take-fumi :-)
The picture of how it's used is so cute :-) I hope you have a good night sleep. I have no trouble sleeping...rather have trouble waking up!

Have a wonderful new week, Miyako san xoxo

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
That was indeed a clever solution by your dear husband for cutting that ball half off! He did a great job on it.
Wishing you a happy week and hope you can sleep better!
Hugs,
Mariette

ladyfi said...

What a clever husband you have!

Sylvia K said...

I do agree!! A wonderful husband indeed and I do hope you are sleeping better, Miyako!! Sleep well and have a lovely week!!

Pearl said...

A pillow can be hard pressure agains the ear. does the ball work well?

carol l mckenna said...

What a creative husband and love the 'acupressure' type of invention he made for you and teddy bear is adorable ~ thanks, Great fun shots for OWT ~ thanks, Miyako ~ xoxo

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

Fun60 said...

How thoughtful and clever of your husband.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I hope it is working -- I use a very small pillow, like a child's pillow and if I forget it and have to use a regular sized one I cannot sleep at all.

Your husband is so sweet.

Miyako, I hope you don't mind all my comments at once today -- I had some time to catch up with posts I've missed while traveling. I'm glad I was able to read them.