I have found the perfect gift for my brother. I couldn’t think of what will fit him best but I finally thought, as a budding musician, how could I show my support to his new hobby?
Since he’s into playing the guitar, I figured I could buy him some wonderful guitar strings. I don’t think he’s ever changed the strings ever since we bought it more than a decade ago. He has never demanded anything from us so this gift should really be special for him to show that we support him all the way.
Golf is what we call a “Generation Sport”. My grandfathers played it, my father played it, we played it and hopefully our children will enjoy it too.
The good thing about your family playing the same sport is that you can share stories with them and you get to take it seriously because you know they’re good at it. Almost all of those days spent playing or practicing golf with my (late) father, I remember very well. In fact, I even have a number of logo balls stored which I don’t think I’ll ever give away or use.
I really hope that my daughter learns the sport too. Aside from it being fun, it’s something that we can say that “runs in the family”.
One popular activity during summer is swimming. Whether it be in pools or in the beach, a lot of people go for a swim as a get away from the scorching heat.
Taking swimming classes is a big hit because it’s the perfect time for children to learn how on a regular basis, even everyday, since school is out. The problem with swimming this year though (since a couple of parents I know enrolled their kids) is that the weather is particularly chilly during late afternoons.
Depending on where kids are enrolled, some facilities have a pool heat pump to make sure that children do not get cold especially during their lessons. Although classes at these facilities may be a bit costly than regular ones in villages and community areas, for sure it’s worth it especially to those who enroll infants and toddlers.