What objects would you bring with you?

Discuss the March 2017 Book of the Month, Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel.
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I don't know. I don't usually associate memories with objects.
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A coffee mug and a book. At least both will be useful for something or the other, and they will always remind me of when times were simple that you could just sit in a corner, drink coffee, and read a book.
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Post by mbray22 »

This is a difficult one ..but I’d bring my wedding ring and a picture of my family.
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My drawing pad and a pencil. My drawings will definitely remind me of a lot of things in the past. Then I can use the pencil to draw things that may represent my future experiences in life.
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:D My Bible, Football, And Enough cash
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I would bring money and a picture of my family.
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I ask myself this question occasionally and it is not an easy one to answer. I would probably take a picture of my family and my rabbit cuddly toy that I've had since I was born.
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