the most important thing is

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The most important thing is 'Game'.

I was shocked to see it when I opened my son's school textbook by chance the other day. Is there anything else he is interested in?

It was the last day of his school before the spring vacation yesterday.
His report book was not so good as usual, but what pleased me was that messages from his classmates. All classmates left messages written about their good points respectively. So there were full of my son's good points including that from his teacher on paper.
I didn't know that he had a loud voice and was a funny boy.
I realized that he has his own character that is different from us.

This was a good idea. I thanked his teacher. It'll be one of his treasures rather than 'Game'.






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Ehhhh, I guess he really likes games. If I had to fill out my ichiban daijimono I wonder what I would write. I don't have an answer for it!

Was there something else you were hoping for him to write?

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Hi, Always visiting.

Thank you for your comment always.
That's a good question. I hope something he got from someone, or something he made or found by himself when he was younger.

When I was a child, my parents held a party for my birthday and invited some my friends at home. After we played a game, my father said to me that I should give a gift that was the most important for me to the winner. After I was thinking a while, I gave the biggest glass stone I found at the shore before. I used to like collecting them whenever I went to the sea those days. However my father said to me that I should give a better thing than the stone because the winner might not be pleased with it. I don't remember what I gave after all though.

I remembered my good old days.
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I'm married and we have a son. I live in Hokkaido, Japan.
I like handmade things and Ikebana(arranging flowers).
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