Here is my room. In my room I have a twin bed across from my brother’s bed. On the wall above my bed is my wood burning of my dog that got a purple ribbon at the Nebraska State Fair. At the other end of my bed is my shelf with trophies and plaques from the O’Neill and Norfolk archery club and 4-H. On my dresser I have my rendezvous medallions. My knives lay next to the medallions. My favorite knife is my deer antler handled knife that my great grandpa made. It came in a set that he gave to my mom. They all have eagles carved into the handles and the set has fifteen knives ranging in size from 2 to about 11 inches.
On the doorknob, I have many medals from archery competitions, 4-H Shooting Sports and baseball. On the wall above my brother Tyler’s bed are all the purple ribbons I have received at the county fair. My alarm clock is on my shelf along with a lot of stuff that I have. Tangled fishing line is all over the floor, along with clothes and shoes. On the shelf with the trophies is a 1965 Chevy Bel-Air clock that ticks very loudly. The dressers are overflowing with shirts and jeans.
I am rich beyond measure.