I get excited every time I get a new blank canvas. I have to say my art supplies are my most favorite material possesions.
Ok your turn! Go!
Bun-Bun (My stuffed-animal [rabbit] companion and sleeping buddy for 27 years - he may look worn-out, but he's great!!!) If there were a fire and I could rescue only one thing (excluding people, of course), it would be Bun-Bun.
Then, FAAAAAAAAAR after that, I guess I would have to rescue my computer because all my work, ideas, and crap is on there.
My movies and books are also quite interesting, but not vital.
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Paintings and art supplies
My digital camera
Rings -one that my grandmother gave to me, and 3 others I purchased overseas, in different countries
My oboe (even though I haven't played it for 12 years)
This (for example), and other things I bought overseas that I just love (so combo of aesthetic appeal and sentimental value)
"...On and on and on and on he strode, far out over the sands, singing wildly to the sea, crying to greet the advent of the life that had cried to him." - James Joyce
I could really care less if I lost anything else, except maybe my boots.
Thumbs up, mate! You texans sure know what should have the highest priority I mean... If you've got weapons, cash and boots - what the hell more does a person need? Except maybe underwear? And ofc ammunition.
Btw, sometimes I think about how cool it would be to have a belt-fed 7.62 NATO caliber pistol. Except for enormous strength requirements... WTF, it would be FUN Or a belt-fed sniper rifle? Now i'm derailing the thread.
Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come