In Attire
Relationship: Child of im/migrant
side view of ring
side view of ring

 My uncle gave me one of his rings just randomly one day and it is part of my everyday life now. It was a sunny day, and I was on my way to my grandma’s house because she invited me to eat lunch with her and my uncles. When I arrived, I greeted everyone, and my two uncles were in the garage talking and drinking. I went to talk to them, and my uncle randomly decided to give me one of his rings and I thanked him, and we talked until the food was ready. After we were done eating, I said goodbye to everyone and thanked my uncle again for the ring, then went home. The reason the ring is important to me is because my uncle gave me my first ring. He doesn’t really give away his personal items. Now I wear it every day and try to take good care of it so I can have it for many years and hopefully till I die. 

Place(s): Washington

– JR

Relationship:  Child of im/migrant Child of im/migrant