Last week I was in France with my boyfriend and dog. Such a lovely week and great to see my parents-in-law again. We haven't seen them in 3 months, only through skype!
The last evening we were there we argued (although arguing is a big word) about things you get attached to. I don't get attached easily to material stuff such as clothing, furniture etc. But it made me think, what do I really want to take with my in case of an emergency? Of course my BF in the first place and the dog and cat.
But purely hypothetical, what do you really love in your house and would you always (try to) take with you?
Here is my list:
- Gold ring I got from my parents when I turned eighteen
- The 'book' my BF made with all our text messages from the first year we've been dating
- The Audrey Hepburn painting/art work I got from my BF
- My antique desk with the marble top
And this is were it stops, I can't say I'm very materialistic. I really like (love!) my interior and clothing/shoes/handbags/music collection, but it's all insured and replaceable. I do have some special items (vintage Chanel, Louis Vuitton) and a lot of artwork and antiques. But the most important things in my life aren't 'things'...