My most prized possessions aren't my car, jewelry, cell phone or things like that. My most prized possessions are things with an emotional attachment to them.
A book titled, Sisters, given to me by my sister.
A glass bowl given to me by my younger brother.
A housecoat that my son bought me years ago.
A piece I bought in Canon Beach, OR that has two small clay bells on it.
Some dishes that I don't use but cherish for various reasons.
A fancy decorated candlestick that my husband bought me one year for Christmas.
Scarves that belonged to a friend who recently passed away.
A roll-top desk given to me by people that I only slightly know, but who thought enough of me to have it and I treasure it daily.
My most prized possessions are things of real value to anyone but me. The way prized possessions should be.