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Friday, December 16, 2011

Joy



You can see the joy on S's face when his little friend Ken comes to play at our sand pit. My husband made one of the best sandpits in Singapore from pristine white Australian sand. Our son had his own beach in urban Singapore. It was always very popular with the kids in NTU.


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9 comments:

rainfield61 said...

You have your beach, but I see no seaside.

Get your honey making one long stretch of seaside, and you will be a queen.

And your son a prince, but your husband a nobody but a ....

Ann said...

Ho Rainfield,

We lived on the 4th storey with no elevators. When the man brought up sacks and sacks of sand. I was like the evil witch who made her husband break his back.

The kids made their own channels of water.

Are u hiding in the jungle during Xmas?

TexWisGirl said...

ha ha! reading your explanation to rainfield. :)

Gail said...

It is wonderful that this was made. I forget, sometimes, about the beauty that surrounds us in nature...I shall not take it for granted today.

Ginny said...

Wow, I always wanted a sandbox when I was a kid, and this is a really nice one! Is it inside? I have never seen one in the house, maybe it is on an enclosed porch or something? I guess if you keep it inside, they could use it all year.

George said...

That is definitely a look of joy on your son's face. It was very special to have this sand on the 4th floor of a building.

eileeninmd said...

It is a wonderful feeling to see your son or daughter with such a happy face. Great capture. Have a Happy Sunday!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Well he certainly did have the very best sand in his sandpit Ann, your husband is a very, very good man!!

Al said...

What fun that must have been!