Question of the day.

Do you have any heirlooms or antiques?

My answer:

They’re not very old and not with much history to them, but yes, we do have some. We have a china closet that was made by my grandad. He made it particularly for us, Mum asked him to do it to have a heirloom after him, something that will be just hers and will always remind her about him. He was always good at making furniture, although he’s not a professional carpenter or anything. I actually admire this combination in him that although he’s a very cerebral sort of guy, he is also very manually talented and can almost make anything from nothing. THen we have, also from my grandad, his collection of coins and medals and banknotes and other numismatic stuff and OMG it’s soo huge! My grandparents were wondering what to leave all their children and decided they want to give Mum the whole grandad’s collection as legacy. We all think it’s a very big honour, since this collection matters a lot to my grandad. Mum isn’t a numismatist and doesn’t have much interest in such things, but she feels honoured and she decided that because this collection is already so enormous, and also because of her respect to her dad, she will try to expand it. Also we have a big antique clock in the living room that was previously my grandparents’. And we have some jewellery that goes from generation to generation, but I don’t know much about it.

You? πŸ™‚

4 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

    1. Yeah sounds sad, but maybe your family will have some with time, or you and your generation will leave something after yourselves for next generations of your family to start it. πŸ™‚ I think I will leave my crazy diaries for Zofijka’s or Olek’s grandchildren and their children πŸ˜€ so they could see how weird people there were in their family years ago. And I will leave them my gem stones and maybe some other stuff too. Wondering what they will think about it then. πŸ˜€

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