Doodles by a child in Medieval Novgorod.
Animals stargazing, because why not?
Burney 275 © The British Library
My books came! Just in time for long plane rides and long drives, to be held open on my lap as I stare out the window
An LAIY interview with Geoff McFetridge his Heath Ceramics collaboration, “On My Head Disappears When My Hands Are Thinking”.
Love this stuff immensely. The dish with the intertwined hands..!
I googled gravestones, and this turned up - graves in Nokhur, Turkmenistan, marked by goat horns. The notches represent stairs into the afterlife.
i miss my cat
A square-ruled exercise book, the first 3 pages containing the same neatly copied out table of hiragana and katakana characters
A Mathematics Special Paper from October/November 2006
A poem linking love and construction sites written in pencil on a strip of foolscap
Part of a piece of foolscap with math workings in blue ink on one side and another pencilled poem about love on the other
A sheet of chess situations to be solved, unsolved
Banana money in denominations of one, five, and ten dollars, still in their plastic sleeve
A square black envelope, still in the plastic bag from the stationery shop, containing a bright pink card on the front of which has a red heart and the words “I love you”, the inside of which is blank
A gachapon toy shotgun with a pack of plastic bullets and a silencer, still in its capsule
An empty “Pinky” brand candy container (“soda-mint” flavour), from a trip to Taipei in 2007
A Choco Baby container filled with yellow potpourri
A plastic nametag; it reads “T. Kimura”