Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken


Three weeks ago, I wrote a post about keeping my toy cars because they were already in danger from my son’s hands. I actually thought of reposting that particular photo which I know I can use for this week’s photo challenge but after checking on the post again, I was more than happy to know that I failed to include it for that post. Hence, I decided to use that picture as my entry for this week’s photo challenge: BROKEN.

When I saw what happened to my cars especially the one on the photo, my heart was really broken. That car was the reason why I came up with a beautiful title for that post, Keeping the Little Boy in My Heart“, which I took from the note of our Division Head attached to the box of her Christmas present (the car on the photo) to me last year. Being understood by someone like our boss means a lot to me.

PS: GE X5

13 Comments Add yours

  1. ceceliafutch says:

    Yes, I think there is a little of the child in all of us. Nice post. and by the way, thanks for linking to my posts. Much appreciated.

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Thank you more for dropping by my site! It’s definitely appreciated too.

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  2. john tugano says:

    Oh Sony that was perfect for the challenge but the thought that it was already broken perhaps hurt you and so the kid in you..I know how you treasure your toy collection and looking at this photo it made me feel a little bit sad for you..Anyway for the benefit of your Son I know you’re there very much willing to understand.Have you bought him a toy car as you have promised? hehehe..

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Not until his birthday comes. Two months from now and he’s been buzzing me about it – everyday!

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  3. jessicaber says:

    Your broken photo post pinged on mine. You can check it out if you want to.

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      I will check your entry out for sure. You’re wecome and thanks too!

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  4. I feel your pain. Those cars have sentimental value to you. I don’t have ant car collection, I broke all of them when I was a kid. My son is crazy about cars too. He was countless match boxes , and it seems it’s never enough. He’s better now in term of taking care of his cars/toys. I hope he will take care of them as much as he takes care of his Legos. It’s truly nice to read another dad’s post/ perspective. Anything about family I totally dig! Best wishes to you and your family. thanks for the visit.

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      I deeply appreciate another tap on my back from you. I wish my son is older than he is now so I don’t have to hide those cars from him. Thanks anyway for sharing your thoughts! Your son must have tons of cars as you could afford it.

      I am wishing the same for your family and you are welcome.

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  5. ramoncito17 says:

    Nice post for broken. Perhaps as a compromise you can get something similar for your son but everyone in the family should respect what you are keeping as part of your collection. I am sure since your son was the one that broke the toy, your heard understood and mended soon enough because maybe something better will come along to join your collection.

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    1. ramoncito17 says:

      PS. Thanks for the pingback!

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      1. Sony Fugaban says:

        You’re always welcome!

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    2. Sony Fugaban says:

      I will keep in mind all the things you wrote here, sir Ramoncito, especially the last sentence. Thank you as always!

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