Going up and down the merry-go-round

Where, oh where did this little boy go. He’s grown now and isn’t interested in carousels.

This image was taken at Lotte World in Seoul. It was our son’s first trip to South Korea.

My grandmother who had survived so much was then old and frail. I wanted our son to meet his great-grandmother before it was too late.

“Do you remember noh-halmoni?” I asked him recently.

“Yeah,” he said. “I remember. It’s vague, but I remember.”

For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday and Becky’s January #SquareUp

14 thoughts on “Going up and down the merry-go-round

  1. Great photo. How wonderful that he got to meet his great-grandmother. I was lucky enough to meet one of mine when I was very young. Our child arrived too late in our lives to meet the greats, but met all but one of the grands.

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