A watch is nothing more than a time keeper or a fashion statement, but my watch is something important to me. It was a gift from my dad to keep track of time during the SHSAT. When I took the SHSAT it felt like my dad was with me throughout the test. I had it for almost a year now. I don’t leave my house without it.
I remember when I was taking the SHSAT, I was really nervous. There were a lot of students around me and a teacher at the front of the room. There were a lot of questions I got stuck on; it was like my mind suddenly went blank. So I looked at my watch and thought about what my dad would say if he was here. Now I look back and say that I couldn’t pass the test if it wasn’t for the watch. This watch has been a part of my life ever since.
My watch is black like a storm night and it has a metal ring around its face. On the shiny black face behind the glass cover there is a hour hand and a minute hand. The hands move slowly like a snail. On the bottom of the face there are two grey circles with digital interface. The middle circle has a digital clock and the other two circles keeps track of the seconds, which ticks constantly. The bumpy band has 11 small holes to assist in locking the watch to your wrist. There are also 4 buttons that looks like square erasers, the light button turns on the light immediately. The blue light of the watch is as beautiful as the color of the ocean.
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