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My heart-shaped locket. My favorite necklace. Ive worn this since I was thirteen.

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Medora Choi Why did I bring my necklace with to Andover? My heart-shaped locket. My favorite necklace. I've worn this since I was thirteen. I still remember that day on my thirteenth birthday during dinner, my mother came over to me and held a tiffany and company gift box, handed it to me. I opened it and it was the most beautiful necklace I've ever seen, my mother said it was to celebrate my first year of being a teenager. ...read more.

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I normally don't get homesick when I go to school trips for about one week, but five weeks is quite a long period of time. I miss my family a lot already and I'm very grateful I have this necklace with me to remind me that my mother and my other family members love me very much and that they're beside me all the time. I never take this necklace off anymore, ever since the accident. ...read more.

Conclusion

When I got home, I went crazy and panicked that somebody must have taken it. Next day when I went to school, I rushed into the bathroom and I could have sworn I never felt any happier when I saw my heart-shaped locket laying right next to the sink untouched from yesterday. From then on, I promised myself I would take it to anywhere, when I shower, even when I sleep. I could not risk another chance of losing it. I think about this incident every before I sleep, tonight I did the same, I looked at it, smiled. Goodnight mother and father. ...read more.

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