Going to the kindergarten

Day of Koppány in Hungary. Its a very old Hungarian name. Koppány was a famous rebell against I. István king who made Hungary joining to Christian church. Koppány wanted to keep the ancient culture of Hungarians. He failed.
walkway
Yesterday Kris posted about children from kindergarten and her photo made me remember those times. I was like 3 when one day my parents were too busy and they asked the neighbour man to take me to the kindergarten. He was a nice man our families were friends. The kindergarten was not far, a few corners away but I convinced him that my parents usually carry me in their arms to there. So he picked me up and took me to the kindergarten like this:) I was hoping he was not going to tell my parents........................................................he did..........:)

15 comments:

zannnie said...

Hahahah! Zsolt, did you have a great sense of humour since young?

Michael said...

Dear Daily Photo blogger. I'm sorry for the generic message, but I wanted to get this to as many of you as possible.

I have set up "The Daily Photo Spot" on Fanpop. If you go there, you can enter your specific City Daily Photo blog. Paris, London and Dubai are already there, so it would be great to see all of you DP Bloggers listed.

Jazzy said...

that's a lovely street art.

Jing said...

:P
So cute photo, so cute "little Zsolt"!! ha ha...
I never went to the kindergarten when I was a little girl.For the small town we lived was too small and poor. I just played with the children nearby. Thats cool. We need not to go to the kindergarten on the special time.I just played as long as I wanted except mom called me back to have meals...
I miss that time and that small town...
...Jing

Kris said...

hahah..no worries, when you're young whatever you do is term " SO CUTE"!

Good post and photo :)

Lisi said...

mmm..that means you are a very clever gal...:-)

Zsolt72 said...

dear Lisi..I am not as clever as a gal..but I try to do my best as guy:)

jazzy..this photo is an "official" sign on the walkway signing this or for walkers (and other half for bikes)

thank you all for your nice comments:)

Sally said...

Great memory! Sadly, these days here people probably wouldn't trust the nice man down the street. Such fear we now live in.

John - Melbourne said...

That's such a nice image. Far nicer stencil than the one we have here in Melbourne. Great stuff!

Dave said...

I wanted to thank you for joining Fanpop and adding your amazing photo blog to the site! It's a really nice addition and I hope that more people will find your photos through it. I wanted to personally welcome you, but also encourage you to make sure that on top of adding your photo blogs to the Daily Photo Spot, to make sure you add them to their relevant country or city spots as well. Michael has already set a great example!

Fanpop is all about having people who are passionate about different interests help to find the best content on the web for each of those topics and finding community with others who share those passions. By adding your brilliant photos to their country or city spots, you help others who love that country or city to find them. Here are just a few examples:

London
France
San Francisco
Shanghai
India

And if you don't see your favorite country or city represented, then create a new spot for it! And make sure you add other links that you find useful for that local country. And invite others who share your passion for those places to join as well! Fanpop is all about community building and collaboration, so it's not meant to be done alone...just like all you Daily Photo bloggers coming together! And I'm sure you'll find other interesting content on there as well. Let others know who you are and join a few spots and add some of your favorite local websites! Be careful though...it can be addictive!

Looking forward to seeing you all there. And keep on shooting those magnificent photos around the world! :)

Annie said...

It is good to remind drivers that children will be crossing the streets - and this is an interesting and eye-catching logo. I'm glad you shared the photo with us.

Nathalie said...

There's something delightfully naive in this drawing of man and child. The picture is wonderful and the kindergarten story just goes so well with it! It's just wonderful. I love good stories with good photos.

Zsolt72 said...

thank you all for the nice comments!:)

alice said...

That's hilarious, Zsolt! Lovely picture :)

Meg Nakagawa said...

You naughty boy. I used to fake falling asleep at the back of my parents' car so they'd carry me to my room. I could never keep a straight face, though, and always cracked up right when Dad was putting me to bed. Yup - about 3 years old.