The birth of this artistic creation occurred from the reality of various experiences of daily life. A person is wayfaring through multiple phases and places throughout their journey. When one sees a small child playing, it immediately takes you to the nostalgic pause of looking back into childhood memories. Though the experiences are different for all, the changing times are undeniable by all. The games that we played as children running outside, chasing one another, transitioning to cricket, then football, and mobile/computer games now. I sculpted water bubbles as one of the fascinating childhood toys that delighted any child then and now, as observing the games in today’s contemporary digital age. It is a sheer pleasure for a child to play with water bubbles, and as an adult, it is a pleasure for anyone watching a kid experience pure joy. This sculpture is a fresh reminder of the same, and to resonate with the water bubbles. As they are transparent, free in movement in the air without burdens, and help each other when they bond. They disappear at the moment, having brought upon joy on a child’s face. To keep this joy intact in those bubbles, this subject is a selective choice among nature’s creation. Steel is used as a medium while maintaining the transparency of a water bubble to reflect into memories. To reflect on memories, this model is a small version prepared as a creation that can be incorporated for the outdoor public view in a large model. Every person, be it a child or an adult, or a couple shall see their reflections into the different bubbles of various sizes. I like Steel as a medium since my education in sculpting; it is a process of self-reflection when I create with this medium. The aesthetic explains the short period of water bubbles that will remain permanent in nature and seen for many years through this sculpture.