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Old 11-12-2012, 03:27 AM   #1
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Well, yesterday my brother got in a hit and run (don't worry, he's fine but his car was totaled). He drove my grandparents' old car, and it was handed down to him. Well I was thinking about all of the memories I had with that car, driving with my brother and my grandparents. I then realized that as silly as it was, that car meant something to me and my family. As of yesterday, the car is gone and no one will ever use it again. I'm certainly not making a sob story, because it's far from sad, but I just wanted to share.

So in this thread talk about sentimental item(s) that have a special place in your heart
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