When I first received the text saying we were robbed, there were a few things I specifically feared about instantly: (1) the LeBron painting I've been working on for the past couple weeks, (2) LeBron's size-16 Air Force 1 shoes being used for the project, and (3) the autographed 11x17 picture of Rip wearing the arm sleeve I made him for the 2008 NBA All-Star 3-Point Contest. Those three things I've put a lot of work into already, would be hard to obtain another pair, and would be extremely difficult and unlikely to be replaced. Luckily I always carry my laptop, which is undoubtedly my most important asset. Otherwise that would have been one of the top feared missing items.
Material goods can be replaced, but putting hard work into certain things and personal items can never be. And not only that, but I found out the hard way that when you know someone broke into your house and went through your office and bedroom, there's a sense of security lost in violation. Lesson learned: make sure your valuables are properly secured - things could have been much, much worse. I was very fortunate.