Sunday, April 25, 2010

T is for Treasure

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The sad part about right now's topic is that I'm playing Treasure Isle. I probably wouldn't have been able to think of a T-word. That's sad.
But, now that I have a T-word I can write.

So, let's talk about treasure. I don't mean money, or gold, or jewelry, like the kind of treasure you find on Treasure Isle. I really want to know what you "Treasure" is. What is the most important thing in the world to you.
I don't really know what my answer would be. I love my family. I love my friends. I love my books. I love my iPod with it hundreds of songs. I love Werewolves.
When I like something, it's very uncommon for me not to love it. I don't usually like things half-way. Like, this one quote says:

"There is nothing I would not do for those who are really my friends. I have no notion of loving people by halves, it is not my nature." -Jane Austen (Northanger Abbey)

That's the way I am with people. With things, I can love things by halves. If you've seen some of my book reviews (readerperson.blogspot.com), then you know I use 1/2 stars often. But there's nothing I wouldn't do for my family or friends. Nothing.
So, what about things. What's your favorite thing in the world? I could honestly say I wouldn't be able to live very long without books. I need to at least see them everyday. As long as I know they're there, everyday, I'm good. Sometimes I have to give up reading time. To do homework, projects, blog, go on Facebook, etc. But that's okay. I read a lot, I love reading, but I can live a day or two without actually reading. As long as I can see the books.

So, there's my treasure talk. Have a good writing day!

I've noticed one thing about people. you have to love them as they are. People change. You can't hold them back or too tightly. Because then, they might change in a different way. They might change their views on you.
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2 comments:

  1. The people in my life are more important than things, but I do really dig my new iPad!

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  2. Nice post! I treasure my family and friends, my ability to write, and all my senses. I can't think of one I could live without.

    New follower! Looking forward to reading more of your posts. :D

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