7/18/2007

Message Without Words (8--Last)

4 comments:

ا. ش said...

بخت یا هم‌آیندی؟

مانا said...

ایده بسیار جالبی برای نگهداری خاطرات سفرتون و نشان دادن اون به خواننده هاتون داشتین.دیدن تخته منو همیشه میبره به 7-8 سالگی و تخته بازی با مامان بزرگم.چقدر خوبه آدم بتونه از هر روزش یک عکس توی خاطراتش نگه داره.پر انرژی باشی

Nazy said...

Salam bar Alef Shin: We played a tournament over a capuccino. I was having "too much luck" with the dice (it's embarrassing to get so many doubles in a row!), so I didn't enjoy it as much as when I was really behind and I tried to at least make a decent finish, and bragged as we went along (kor-kori!). It is the experience of "togetherness" which is the enjoyable part of this game, I believe. In another time in my life, I also thought that playing a game of backgammon with a man I loved was one of the most romantic things we ever did together, for precisely the same reason. Be good Alef Shin Jan.

Nazy said...

Mana Jan, I had so many pictures and I wanted to continue with this "visual game," but I was afraid to bore my audience and drive them away! I love the game which I have seen Iranians, Greek, and Lebenese all claim to have invented! Who do you think invented it Mana? From our bragging (kor kori), I was almost sure Iranians did, until I actually saw Greeks and Lebense play it, with even more kor kori! Be good my friend.