When I was born, my grandmother gave me. So once they were mine. When I married and came to Utsunomiya, I didn't take them, but when we had a detached house and had a girl, my mother sent them. Since then they were my daughters'. But when our two daughters left here, they didn't take them, so now they are mine again.
I'm not sure what I will do when I have a grand daughter. Will I send these dolls to her? I think they are too old, unfortunately.
Can you see two couples of wooden dolls? They are made by my daughters who were little.
It is a good memory to celebrate HINA-festival with them.
Well, today I had a tea-time at a cafe with my friend. She brought me her handmade pickles.