I have always been in love with wrist watches. I consider it an essential accessory on a daily basis and change it according to my attire and the color of my dress. I remember when I and my siblings were young; my parents never allowed us to wear a watch until the 10th grade. It was a rule in the home, that once you clear your 10th grade with good percentage, you will be given your first watch. Actually, this was like a challenge and we accepted it and worked towards it. I still continue to have that first watch of mine as a winning trophy and believe me; I flaunt it today as a mark of pride for being able to achieve the target given to me. It’s like a fulfillment of a promise and a reward for the patience.
As of today, I have many watches in my wardrobe, from simple to trendy to smartwatch, but the one which I got first from my parents will always have the supreme attention, even though it’s an outdated one today.