I don't really see the world in terms of favourites. I was in a group setting recently where we were taking it in turns to share our favourite song and favourite Bible passage. Rabbit in the car headlights time.
I make a list of my desert island discs but it changes regularly. I like lists. But making the final decision as to which one record I would take. Hard.
Many of my colleagues were making their decisions on the basis of emotional or sentimental attachments - memories. Lots of my memories are attached to bad music so that's not on the list.
I've just got back from my Mum's, a woman who wouldn't throw away an envelope if it had a dead person's writing on it. I don't mean she gets mail from the dead; just that she keeps mail a long time.
Reasons to be cheerful - I can do that and posted about 200 a few months back. But choosing one. Ridiculous.
Today I was particularly cheered by a bacon double cheeseburger and fries. But I could manage without ever eating another one.
You don't have to have a favourite everything, or indeed anything. And sentimental attachments to things? You'll live out your old age surrounded by crap. If in doubt; chuck it out (which strangely, was the motto of the insurance claims department I used to work for).
Now, where did I put my lucky handkerchief?