Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Wednesdays Question

It's Wednesday so that means it's question time. It's time to ponder and then answer just one question. Okay, you can add all you want as a reason for your answer too. We'd all like that. I'll even answer my own question as that's only fair.

So here's this weeks question: What object is your most valued possession?
My wedding band. It's a simple gold band that connects me with the love of my life.
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  1. Because you said object and possession, I am skipping family and going for an object - my photo hard drive.

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    1. I'm not surprised about that Rhonda. Not one bit. :)

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  2. Being rather fickle this could change but right now my Kindle gets top spot. It goes everywhere with me because you never know when you're going to have a couple minutes to read

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    1. I know you love your Kindle. :)

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  3. I have always said what is truly dear to me are the 3 Ps: People, Pets, Pictures. Since you said 'object' I would have to answer Pictures. All the other stuff is just that... stuff.

    Have a Perfect day, Sandee! big hugs xoxo

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    1. Pictures are good and I know you have lots of them. Special memories indeed. :)

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  4. While I would be sick to my stomach for days if I ever lost my wedding ring, I'm going with our photos. We have some going all the way back to 1906, plus the albums full of my kids and husband. I'd be so sad if something ever happened to them.

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    1. Wow, that's a long way back. Photos seems to be the theme today. :)

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  5. On a personal note, definitely our family photos.

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    1. I'm rethinking the photos too. :)

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  6. Hmmmm...probably my old family photo album. I love looking through it.

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    1. When we get home from the boat I think I'll go through my old albums. :)

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  7. Photos, because they contain sooo much family/friend history (you and Zane are in them).

    Big hugs from chilly WPB, honey...

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    1. We are proud to be in your photos. Yes we are. :)

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  8. I suppose that it would be my camera(s). It is the object(s) that allows me to capture the memories of family, friends, events, etc. to enjoy for years to come.

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    1. You are an awesome photographer too. :)

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  9. Oh that is easy, my computer. That is where most of my friends are found. Thank COD for whoever started us all on the computers. Have a great day Sandee.

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    1. Good one Marg. I love my computer too. :)

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    1. I'm using my laptop right now. :)

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  11. Wedding band is the usual answer because my wife is most important to me but for now mine would be, my zoom, zoom Camero because my wife can be in also along with my wedding band. I screw things up don't I? Ha,ha,ha. Have a wonderful sunny day Sandee. See ya.

    Paul

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    1. I want to come with you and your wife for a ride in that camero. My dream car. :)

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  12. I could not go a day without my washer and dryer :)

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    1. Yes, that's a good choice. I'd hate not having those either. :)

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  13. it's a toss up between my computer and roche'. i guess roche' is tops at my house. and my memories.

    roche' says his is his beaded thong.

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxooxxo

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    1. Yes, Roche is such a dear. I know he loves you almost as much as you love him. :)

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  14. It has to be photo's and my DVD/CD collection

    I asked someone that question a few years ago he replied "My reflection" he was actually serious LOL

    Have

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    1. We all have things that are near and dear to us. Reflection? Wow. :)

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  15. I had a hard time choicing one object as my most valued possession. After careful thought I realized you asked about an object so that has narrowed things down a bit. My choice would have to be the picture I have of my 3 grandchidren toghether. You don't very often get them sitting together let alone being quiet long enough to snap a picture.

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    1. Well that's a great choice. I've some favorites of my grand-babies and my great grand-baby too. :)

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  16. I'd have to go with my body which is both an object and in my possession. Without my body I'd just be a sort of floating consciousness wandering around the universe aimlessly. That would suck worse than the time I lost my wallet in Cuba.

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    1. Well I can see your point here. I'd love to hear about you losing your wallet in Cuba too. :)

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  17. I don't really have a most valued possession. It used to be my guitar, but now I just value life and happiness above all.

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    1. Well this is awesome Babs. We learn so much as we age. Like what's really important. :)

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  18. I am going to say my glasses because without them I can see nothing

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    1. Well I you can't see without your glasses then I can see why that is your most prized object. :)

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    1. I know you love your camera. :)

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  20. I'll go with my first thought, and that would be my house. Although, I sure do love my Mac and iPhone. c-)

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    1. Having a roof over our head is indeed a blessing. So many don't have a roof over their head. :)

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  21. My dogs of course, but then they are not objects. There is however, an old indian relic I dug up in Florida that is quite unique and dear to me. By the way Sandee, I took down the popups on my TOTUS site----didn't realize what a problem they were causing!

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    1. I know you love your dogs. Thanks for taking down the popups. Very much appreciated. :)

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  22. Well after much thought I think it would be my 1992 Acura Integra I have had since 1994 and ws pre-owned by John Stockton of the Jazz, we have just restored, I have had for well, 20 years.

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  23. My wedding ring of course but also my phone and camera. I don't want to be out of reach of my family and I always need to be able to take photos of my girls!

    Happy Wednesday Sandee! Smooches to Little Bit!

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    1. Your girls are awesome. You know how much I enjoy them too., Happy Wednesday to you too. :)

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  24. well- my health, my sweetie Russell and Lucy aren't "possessions" so I'll go with all our photos and photo albums! Priceless!

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    1. Health is a great one. Money can buy lots of stuff, but sometimes it can't buy health. :)

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  25. Wow! Tough one, Sandee! Possession? Like you, I'd be heartbroken if I ever lost my wedding ring! Next in line would be my computer - wouldn't know what to do with myself without it. Excellent question! :D

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    1. We do love our husbands. Our computers too. :)

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  26. Anything that belonged to any of my grandparents. Or maybe i should say everything that i have that once belonged to my grandparents. It would all fit in a box i could easily carry, too.

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    1. Now this is something I didn't think of. Grandparents rock. :)

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  27. Dear Sandee, The cards and notes my kids made for me when they were little.
    Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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    1. Those are precious things too. I hadn't thought of them either. :)

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  28. As I can't say family.. I will say, .... can't tell you LOL :) have a super day Big hugs xxoxxx

    Mollie and Alfie

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    1. Oh must be something very special. :)

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  29. Probably my motor scooter.

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  30. Probably my computer because it allows me to do what I do.

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  31. Thing-wise it's my big sewing machine... but like most "things" they can be replaced.
    Realistic-wise it's my health. That is pricelesss.

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    1. I'd rather have good health too. But hubby comes first. :)

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  32. I'll go for our photos also-both printed ones and those that are in our hard drive. My mom has tons of old photos (as in black and white) and we all love and cherish it.

    Thanks Sandee - Mom is recovering and she is doing well.

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    1. Photographs seems to be the most popular of all the things one would take. :)

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  33. My teddy bear Jamie, I got him when I was 8, my Dad bought it for me "just because," and it's my prized possession...and the one thing that can't be replaced.

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    1. Now that's a treasure indeed. I love the 'just because' part the very best. :)

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