kit (kendodharma) wrote in wecarrystuff,
kit
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hi there.

Name is Kit, and I carry stuff.

First of all, I don't always carry stuff. I don't really venture too far from where the motherload of useless crap is. But, when I do, there's a lot of it. It all goes in a bag that looks a lot like this [new window]. I pile in:


  • iPod. I love my iPod so much.
  • chapstick (or rather 'lip balm,' because it's not in the form of a stick.)
  • a book or two. most recently Lies and the Lying Liars who Tell Them (Al Franken) and The Town and the City (Kerouac), but also sometimes a book of Kerouac haiku. Good reading, that.)
  • my coffee mug. It's kinda grody because I need to run it through the dishwasher, but...it'll be OK. Yeah, I drink far too much coffee for someone with my frame.
  • OS CDs. I'm not completely sure why I feel the need to carry around the install (and boot) CDs for Knoppix STD, Windows XP, Windows 2000, and the first two CDs of SUSe 8.1 Pro.
  • contact case. Been caught without it, and it's not pretty. I also usually carry...
  • eyedrops and also
  • a mini bottle of contact solution
  • spiral bound notebook
  • pens
  • sketchy container for whetever is necessary...^_=
  • keys, but they're attached at my belt loop
  • wallet, but that's in my pocket. Inside is a veritable treasure trove of little mementos...cards from restaurants, some from three or more years ago, and my favorite poems, as well as a credit card, an ID, and a probably defunct Borders Gift Certificate card that I just keep around in case. Also an extra key. No money though. Goes in painfully hip wallet that I got from an airline years and years and years ago.
  • mental picture of my boyfriend.

yep, that's about it. I'm thinking about getting an iBook too though.
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nice. i love my ipod so much too. its like my child or something. lol.

i also just got a powerbook. your 'stuff' is rad.
ohh yeah, and the franken book is excellent.


-lauren
:)

thanks. it's mostly functional, but...well, you know how life would be without all of those little things. Like without my contact solution, for example...ack. I shudder to think.

and I would die if I didn't have my iPod. yeah, I finished Franken a little while ago and I still read parts of it again. *geeky*