If your house was burning, what would you try to save?
I don't think I would actually rush for my Julia Child DVD's or Farmers' Market necklace, but Foster Huntington's The Burning House is more about the make believe. I submitted this quite a while ago, so my travels are now in the past and I am no longer 21 years old (nor is Teddy). Also, the fact that most of these things have been in storage for the past six months and have barely crossed my mind makes me realize how few material things are actually important to me.
See what I'd take here.