Friday, September 28, 2012

Point of View

I don't know why but every time we visit my FIL, he always hands things to the kids just like this Vivitar Point of View compact binocular that he gave to Mr. Burrito.
This is a great device to see things/places  that are in long distance.
I advised my FIL   not to  give us these stuff because  there are other  kids who might want to have it,  but he told me that he could do whatever he wants to it because he owns it.  What can I say but "Thank You Dad!"

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Liz said...

Ganun ata talaga. My MIL and FIL are also doing that to their grandkids. Have a fabulous week.

Liz @ MLC

Faye said...

I'm a grandma but I wouldn't give any of my stuff to someone who wasn't interested in it. I'm too much of a pack rat. It would be better to get rid of it now than burden my kids with all this stuff when I die. But I'm hanging onto it for now. I think binoculars are wonderful. I have a set in my kitchen and almost every day I spy on the roaming deer in my back yard. Most kids would love to see things close up through binoculars And what does Ganun ata talag mean?

LadyD Piano said...

Yep, that's what I say to my grandkids and their parents now that I'm older!
Those are very nice binoculars!

NatureFootstep said...

now they can go bird watching. :)

EJ said...

Hi Faye, "Ganun lang talaga" means "It's the way it is."

Thanks for the comments guys.

Roger Owen Green said...

always good to get the LONG view

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

carol l mckenna said...

Binocular lens ~ what a gift! ~ great story ~ and photos ~ (A Creative Harbor)

Anonymous said...

That looks awesome

PhenoMenon, ABCW Team

lorik said...

What a great gift for your children. And they will learn from using them too. Thank you for contributing to Mandarin Orange Monday.


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