When I stick my notice in the Lost and Found section, I felt worried. I was so scared what I could do if I lost the Pandora bracelet my ex-boyfriend gave me. It is the last gift I received from him. It is my most precious gift. I knew I could not be his lover so I just want to keep something which could connect me with him.Giveaways for Under $200! Get bijou for Guys!
Fortunately, someone called me the next day after I stick the notice. He said that he found a bracelet in the classroom I mentioned so he wanted to check out whether it was the one I lost. I felt so happy to hear this news so I began to describe the bracelet. But he stopped me and said that we should meet and I could describe it then. So we met in a café on that afternoon. I thought I met him somewhere in the campus. During my description, he did not look at me much and after the description he told me that it seemed like the bracelet he picked up was the one I lost but he did not bring it with him. I could not understand why he did so. It is the Pandora bracelet but not the Heart of the Ocean. Was he afraid of being rubbed for that bracelet? He did not answer my question but told me that he would phone me and gave me back my thing.Attention! a Huge Range of Winsome jewlery Provided at Low Price
The next day he phoned me again and told me that we could meet that afternoon. Shop Most Superior make a necklace for Yourself! I thought he would give back my bracelet but he did not. He told me he forgot to bring it but we could go to library together as I brought so many books with me. I accepted his advice and during the walking to library he told me a Japanese folk tale about the goddess and a man. The man hid goddess’s dress when she was having the bath. And he did not give goddess her dress unless she married him. Goddess accepted this treat and lived with the man for several days. They were happy together and had two kids. But one day, goddess knew where her dress was so she found it and put it on. Then she left her husband and backed to Heaven though man and kids begged her to stay.
A sad story, I told myself. “If I give you your bracelet back, would you meet me again?” he stared at me and asked. What? Am I the goddess in his eyes? I did not answer his question at once. The next day he gave me the bracelet. A week after that day, I phone him and met him again. Several months after our first dating, I knew that the bracelet he gave me was not the one my ex-boyfriend gave me but was the one he bought according to my description. It is my most precious thing because it is the first gift he gave me.