This week’s assignment from the League: Prized Possessions

prized possession

Last week, we talked about our collecting holy grails, so I thought it would be fun to hear about some of the prized possessions that we actually own. This week’s league topic:

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What is the one item in your collection you would save if your house was being swallowed by a sink hole, carried off in a tornado, and then swept away in a flood.

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Of course, we would all grab our kids and pets first (right?), but let’s see what item you value so highly, that you would run back into a burning building to save it. You may now lift your pencils and begin.

Once you put up a post on your site add a comment below with the URL. Next Monday, I will put up a post here on Cool & Collected with a list of all the contributing blogs. Once that list is posted, if you haven’t already done so, try to incorporate at least three of your fellow League members’ links (but more would be great!) into the article you wrote on your site.

League of Extraordinary BloggersBy cross-posting like this, we will help each other out by sending new readers to each other’s sites. Have fun!

 

(Wondering what the heck this is all about? We’re recruiting for this loose-knit, rag tag crew! Here are the details for joining The League.)

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    • says

      I was informed by my wife (Via a Gibbs style slap to the back of the head) this morning after she read my post that if there was anything I ran back into the house for that it better be the family photos and records.

      Non-collectors just dont get it…

    • says

      Hey Fong, welcome to the League! Wow, this one is going to be hard to beat. I can just see you throwing that thing on your back and leaping through the flames–you might get a little crispy. ;)

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