Bits and BobsSeptember 11, 2011
I find that some of the cheapest, littlest things I own hold the most priceless memories: | Cheap shoes from day ...
I find that some of the cheapest, littlest things I own hold the most priceless memories:
| Cheap shoes from day at Paddington |
Surprisingly comfortable, may be attributed to rubber treading which allows me to (almost) walk up walls. The time when walking 10km to accidentally discover a closing down shoe sale was really worth it.
| Huge scarf R knitted for me |
Quite possibly the warmest thing I own, and in many more ways than one. Reminds me of all the times I tried to knit parts of it when he wasn't looking so that it wouldn't take him a year to finish.
| Assorted mangled bracelets |
1. & 2. The time all my friends were 3 hours late to my birthday so I trawled/sulked around Bondi markets and bought shit on a whim
3. The time when my flight from Townsville to Sydney was delayed by 3+ hours, so I wandered around buying more stuff
4. The time when a sort-of friend randomly made me a friendship bracelet. Strangely, not really friends with said friend anymore.
| Dog-eared pencil-case |
Gifted by an aunt from Singapore. Fits around 3 pens, but used daily. Many associated memories including injuring someone after (accidentally) lobbing it full speed at their forehead.
| Giant preserved beetle |
Bought from a dusty market in China, found while I was trying to discreetly scrape horse crap from under my shoe.