When my husband and I were in Japan, he used to tell me that he was a good basketball player back in high school.
This is where we used to live. Very "INAKA." (rural)
One proverb came to my mind.
One day, he bought a basketball and took me to the park to prove his good skill.
He shot a ball.
The ball bounced back to him.
He made the second shoot.
The ball went over the basket goal.
He made another...
When my husband and I were watching Amuro Namie Live on YouTube, he told me that he wanted to be a dancer.
Another proverb came to my mind but this time it was twisted like this.
I think sometimes some proverbs didn't meet a certain situation.
One day, he took me to the night club at the Fort to prove "It is NEVER too late to learn."
He drunk up his bottle of Sanmiguel beer (light) and began dancing.
I thought he was trying to make me laugh at first.
He kept dancing.
I found he's earnestly dancing.
He still kept...
When my husband and I were passing by a driving range, he told me that he was good at playing golf.
May I tell you just one more story?
When my husband and I were watching Daisy and Dahlia running in the garden, he told me that he could run faster than the two girls.
Yes! It's possible! They are just tiny pet dogs!
When we were at Mall of Asia, my husband found a perfect track for chasing with the girls.
(We did this race during day time on a week day since only a few people were there and as we don't bother the people around us.
Thank you, Mr. Henry Sy. We love MOA! Pet friendly!)
Dahlia vs "Tohchan" (means "Daddy" in Japanese)
Due to a forfeit by Dahlia, the winner is Tohchan!
Obviously this is not Tohchan. I use this pic cuz my husband is too chubby..... This is only one Pinoy actor I know.
OK... Tohchan, you won. I guess...
Let's move on to the next race!
Daisy vs Tohchan
The winner is....
You know what?
He's the number one at making us happy!!!
That's more than enough, isn't it?
After the race, Tohchan gave some milk bones to Girls.