Children usually get things right. They have a sense of what is sincerely important. They become attached to a few items for reasons that have not to do with price. They can transfer emotions into objects that help them maintain security with a sense of harmony.
We lose that as we grow for some reason. The best and fastest items seem to override a forgotten item that has character and invested emotion. But if we take a moment or two and really look at what is around us and search deep in a memory we will recall what items do have meaning for us. It will have nothing to do with cost or use. It will be about emotion.
A group of people looked in drawers, closets, attics, and garages. They looked with not only their eyes but with their hearts. These are the results.