The Daily Prompt lured me in again with its devious, thought-provoking challenge – Prized Possession: Describe an item you were incredibly attached to as a child. What became of it?
For all intents and purposes, it wasn’t actually mine. It was tangible and readily accessible when I summoned up the courage to play games with it, but I had no ownership of it. I couldn’t play with it on a whim because I had little to no control over the time I would get to spend with it. Whatever time I did get to spend with it made me love it even more.
It had many different features and helped me develop a true sense of competition. It had a hard-outer shell, but once you worked it in a little bit, it became much softer and more pliable. At certain points in my life, I actually tried to emulate this item.
I have never lost my attachment to it. If anything that attachment has only grown stronger over the years. I never had to think back and wonder what became of it because it is still near and dear to my heart. It resides five minutes from my house in a house all its own. I still play games with it, like the old days, but the games are different now.
This prized possession, the item I am still so attached to is the father of my two nephews, my brother and one of my best friends.