Cultural Inventory English 111

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Warner 1 Stephanie Warner Professor Davis English 111 2 September 2005 Promise Ring Christmas Day is always a day of cheer. With all the presents, candy canes, and cookies, one can only think of all the wonderful gifts under the tree. Every year my family on my father’s side would gather together Christmas Day to give and receive presents. As the piles of red and green striped boxes with prefect little white bows would be passed around, I would wonder what extraordinary things people would get that year. It was always exciting to see the look of pure joy on my family’s faces when they would open a new present. Out of all the Christmases I’ve had with my family, there is one that stands out above the rest. I had gone through almost all of my presents and had gotten some nice gifts. Then I came to a present that was from my aunt. It was in this small box that was wrapped with silver wrapping paper. I could only imagine what was inside this tiny small box. When I opened the present inside was a tiny, little, silver ring. On the ring was carved the words “TRUE LOVE
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