Week 5: Priceless Stuff By Naglis

This is an item that I received around a year ago. It sits on my neck. It’s priceless to me. My dad gave it to me. It’s so precious that I don’t bring it to school just in case I lose it. I cherish it most at weekends. Usually I play with it when I’m scared or nervous. Sometimes I would just stare at it when I’m really sad. My mom think’s it is beautiful. When I look at it I think of my phenomenal dad. Can you guess what it is?

5 thoughts on “Week 5: Priceless Stuff By Naglis”

  1. Hi Naglis,

    Well done on using some great descriptive language to describe your most treasured item. I think that you are very sensible to leave it at home, it sounds like it really means a lot to you. I think it is a neck chain. Keep up the good work!

    Ms Mc Namee
    msmcnameesclass.100wc.net

  2. Hi Naglis,
    Great explanation for this week’s promt and I think it’s a holy cross neck chain and keep up the excellent work.Please comment on my story at hptss://mrrussell.100wc.net/My-Smart-Precious-Thing/
    Naglis,you have to recomment on my story because I edit it all.

    From Fortune in Mr.Russell’s class

  3. Hi Naglus,I like your story because it reminds you of your Dad.I knew it was about a necklace straight away.Good story keep writing.

  4. What a wonderful piece of writing Naglis! Well done. You’ve described your treasured item very well. I think that it might be a neck chain of some kind? It’s very clever of you not to bring it to school in case you lose it. Keep up the great writing!

    Mr. Russell
    Team 100
    Waterford, Ireland

  5. Hi Naglis. I guess it’s a neckpiece that your dad gave you? Gifts like this are always very special. I have some lovely pieces too that I will treasure forever. I love how your describe your dad as being ‘phenomenal’. I think my dad is just ‘phenomenal’ too. He was 80 two weeks ago and we all love him very much.

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