What objects would you bring with you?

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Post by Natalie Charlene » 26 Apr 2017, 18:08

I have two objects that I already take with me everywhere I go. The first is a small pendant that broke off of a necklace my mother got me for Christmas when I was away from home in the military. She had it specially made for me. It is a piece of map showing my hometown laid underneath glass.

The second is a necklace I made from my old dog's dog tag. It shows a paw print on one side and his name, Mojo, on the other side. I wear it nearly everyday. He was the first dog I adopted, and I lost him very abruptly when he was four years old due to an intestinal rupture.

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Post by Brittster » 01 May 2017, 17:15

What a difficult decision! I would agree with many there that I would bring a Bible as my first item. I think my other item would be a stuffed dog my husband gave me. Someone to keep me company and a constant reminder of my husband. Besides, Simon Theodore is a great listener.
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Post by Nthabeleng » 01 May 2017, 17:46

Photo album and Bible
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Post by interrupted_girl » 01 May 2017, 18:10

My iPad, earphones, red lipstick, and pics of my pets.
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Post by csimmons032 » 03 May 2017, 18:58

That's a really tough question to answer, but the ones I could think of at the top of my head would be pictures of my family and my bible. Out of old habits I would probably have a drawing pad of some sort since I am an artist.
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Post by Lovely Eimeren » 04 May 2017, 19:41

Uh oh,sounds so sentimental. I don't like the idea of holding on to the past. ??
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Post by Jessiebessie123 » 06 May 2017, 03:40

A bible and photos and proper shoes.

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Post by Snowflake » 08 May 2017, 11:36

Jessiebessie123 wrote:A bible and photos and proper shoes.
I definitely like the proper shoes idea! I think I would bring a journal (with some photos tucked inside) and maybe a mulit tool that included a pen. Tough question!
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Post by GCalkins » 09 May 2017, 13:08

One of my grandmother's handmade quilts would definitely be going with me, as they are extremely sentimental, but also serve a functional purpose. Additionally, probably a small notebook and pen. Maybe not the most practical, but I think I would lose my mind if I couldn't write things down!

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Post by srm628 » 09 May 2017, 16:25

I don't think I have any items that I would bring with it. It's hard to choose just a few items that only serve as memory sakes and not for survival. The items I have now that I tend to bring with me are stuffed animals that were given to me by friends and family.
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Post by EMoffat » 13 May 2017, 14:50

I would bring my usb filled with the photos of my life and my beautiful cat because she is my baby!

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Post by Escarilla » 14 May 2017, 16:58

i would bring my family photos and my Bible. i would bring my family photos because they serve as a reminder of my family. I would bring my Bible for inspiration and to give me spritual strength in my journey.

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Post by Lu-Ellen » 14 May 2017, 20:57

Two objects... I would take my wedding album and my tablet so I'd always got books with me
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Post by Marika Tabone » 15 May 2017, 16:01

This is a very difficult decision to make. I think I would opt for my diary and a pen. In my diary I have my favourite inspirational quotes and a picture of my family. These would give me moral support. The pen would be useful too as i could write my experiences.

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Post by nikkon » 28 May 2017, 18:59

My book and my wooden bracelet that my father made for me.
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