Recently, fellow blogger Tom, over at "Jesus Has Two Daddies" told about his daughter, who is a first grader, needing to take five things to school that told about her. Can we do the same as adults? What five things represent you? Be honest!
1. My Debit Card: I use it all the time instead of carrying cash. It automatically comes out of my checking account immediately, therefore, I can keep a good running balance, and seldom make a mistake in that account.
2. My Wallet: I carry it because it has all of the "important stuff" in it. Plus my organ donor card.
3. My well-worn, King James Bible: Not that I am deeply religious, but that Bible represents my Christian walk since childhood. I learned verses from that Bible, and have them shaded in colored pencil. As far as I'm concerned, the Christmas Story still can only be told from the KJV.
4. A small family picture album. Contained within is all that represents what wonders I helped create in my lifetime. It represents accomplishments like no other.
5. Jeans: Any pair from the drawer represent comfort to me. Since retiring, I opt for comfort over style almost all the time. (Except, of course, when it's just plain tacky to go in jeans.)
Okay, now it's your turn. Let me know what 5 things best represent you, if you had to go to "show and tell."