Sunday, October 21, 2007

Everything


With all this talk about Simplifying, I decided to photograph everything I own. This is not all of it, nor is it to scale. Feel free to chose one thing you think I could do with out and I'll give it away. When my friend Cheyenne was much younger, she had to donate one toy to the thrift store if she wanted to get a new toy.
I felt like this post needed one more sentence and the first one that came to me was, "Then she walked out of the thrift store and was promptly hit by a bus." I decided not to use that one.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

A fellow I went to school with photographed everything he owned...

http://sort.pahomann.net/

So what I'm saying is: don't do it, because I will tell on you.

-JF

Nat-han said...

You don't need the record player. Give it to me.

Chuckie V said...

I'll take the bicycles.

jonathan said...

This is an opportunity for me to symplify, not for you to profit. And I always hopes you would give me a bike CV. Too bad your so tall.

Emily said...

your rocker doesn't match the rest of the stuff, i'll take it off your hands.

Dennis Plummer said...

The homemade hat, skull and bicycle are too you to delete from your life. I'm curious about the story of the homemade owl. The Rubic cube and 24-Hour Party People CD have probably had their day.

I, too, am simplifying. Must be something in the autumn air. Twice in my life, I gave everything away and both times felt that I learned and gained something very valuable in return.

At the moment, I'm not giving away everything, but am narrowing down things in my life to only those things that fit with a life of Tea.

naomi said...

um yeah. i want the little owl doll that jen gave you, and i want your wood lamp w/ the deer lampshade (even though it is not represented here).
i do not want the dead cat (or was it a bird?) that you keep in the freezer.

Nat-han said...

Did you lose my address? I am still waiting for the record player.

jonathan said...

Yes I lost your address and I intend to keep it that way.
I was kind of hoping people would suggest getting rid of things like my varsity letter (football, I mean track), or my "Amerikkka's Most Wanted" cassette.

pssst said...

Maybe you could sew your varsity letter on a table cloth and really cheer up your dinner setting, That's the spirit (of reusing)!

Nat-han said...

Might I suggest getting rid of things like your varsity letter (football, I mean track), or your "Amerikkka's Most Wanted" cassette.

jonathan said...

Thanks for the suggestion. Do you want them?

Judd said...

Get rid of the Rubik's Cube. Keep the cassette.

jonathan said...

I'll take that under advisement.

dmo said...

May I suggest you get rid of the Dawn dish washing liquid in the foreground of the bike photo. That stuff is useless.