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The Eye of the Beholder
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Write about an object you own that has negligible monetary value, but is priceless to you.

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My grandmother has given me a few priceless things over the years. Oh, they aren’t worth maybe $10, but I like them. She’s my mother’s mom and has been all over the world. Her travels have taken her to almost every country, and her stories would wow anyone. But a few things she’s bestowed upon me are:

A bright red and yellow small money pouch. It’s beautiful. She got in some providence in Eastern China.

A slightly triangular shaped puzzle. It’s not very tall, maybe the size of a small teacup. The color is a light brown, and I’m pretty sure it’s made out of oak wood. But I could be wrong. You take off the slide on the side, take off the top and the slip the middle piece out. The inside in lined with some green soft material. It is a small-ish hole so you can fit a marble, a ring and maybe something else in before you can’t put the cover back on.

Some cards she’s gifted me. They’re nothing special, just normal cards with pretty pictures on the front. There is no writing in them either, but I value them all the same. I hope to one day send them to someone special.

And for now I think that’s all I will list. My grandmother is an amazing woman, and even if we have limitations with walking up steep inclines or for long times, I hope to be just as much as an adventurer as she was.

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