Question of the day

What is your favorite material possession?

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16 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Jason says:

    my motorcycle hands down. I’ve always wanted one.

  2. Joy says:

    I’ve thought about this all day and have to say my laptop. I can go wherever I want and be online. What could be better???

  3. Jane says:

    My house and my barn. We saved and slaved to have what we do. We aren’t your “regular” farmers who live in a run down shack. We came into an inheritance on both sides and saved it all and went to school and we built our dream home and barn before we got into any financial debt. I love my house. We saved for 15 years to have what we do and others we know think we are “lucky” and that makes me so mad because when they were all out partying and gambling and spending hundreds of dollars on a “one night out”, we saved. We weren’t ‘lucky” we were smart.

  4. Ali says:

    My comfort rest bed. Man, I’m having a love affair with a damn bed. Even when I’m alone in it, I love it.

  5. shane says:

    I would have to say my car. It may be 11yrs old. but it was only 4 yrs. old when I bought it and I have absolutly babied my car since I have owned it. Not to mention I’ve thrown a ton of money into it.

  6. SanityFound says:

    Hands down it’s my camera, it goes every where with me (no one is safe from my click happy fingers)

  7. This is the perfect question for me right now, having just moved all my material possessions… going through box after box of stuff where I think to myself, why on earth do I still have this whatchamacallit?

    Right now I have to say my favorite thing is my crock pot in which I regularly cook large meals for my large family. Dinner being one of my favorite events, I love nothing better than to do a little work in the morning and know all day that dinner is almost served…

  8. Joy says:

    Welcome back Elena. We’ve missed you. Love the pic. Glad your getting settled in. I like that kind of meal too, just knowing it’s “almost” done.

  9. Paul says:

    I would have to say it’s my golf clubs at this time.

  10. Toby says:

    The Blue Truck

  11. Sue says:

    Hmmm, at the moment I’ll say my pictures because they are something that (most of the time) cannot be replaced if lost/damaged and I would hate to loose all those memories.

  12. Tosha says:

    its a toss up between my car and my computer. I went almost 8 years with out a car. I was stuck at home all during hte week waiting on my husband to get off work so I could use the vehicle.. When I got my car I had freedom! But i also love my pc.. It connects me to the outside world since i’m a stay at home mom..

  13. nikki says:

    I couldn’t think of anything and Jason asked me, “Is there one thing you’d be devastated if something happened to it?” I do, it’s small and doesn’t mean anything to anyone else. I have a candle, it’s small, light purple and the smell is called “rain”. I got it when my Dad died 8 years ago and lite it the day he died and haven’t lite it since. It sits on my dresser right next to the picture of him and I and I see it everyday and smell it everyday and it makes me think about him. I didn’t get anything material wise from him so that candle means a lot. I would be devastated if something happened to it. The feeling I have about that candle means much more to me than any car or computer. Although it would suck, yes there is just no comparison for me.

  14. SKL says:

    Material possessions . . . most of what I use is borrowed. I would say my laptop but it’s owned by my company. My house – but I only own one-third of it. So that leaves my piano and my car and a lot of little shrapnel. I think I like my piano best because it’s all about fun, even though I hardly ever get to use it these days. But I like my car too – a reliable friend when I really need one.

    It’s interesting how sentimental value changes over the years. When I was younger, so many small material things were meaningful to me. Now, I still hang onto them, but they don’t have the same meaning. I guess I feel that all the really important stuff now exists in my mind or my relationships.

  15. Pammy says:

    Family pictures

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