... Ah... or something.
I just got back home from college, 疲れ過ぎー！ばたんきゅーしたいんだー！笑 and after I started my laptop and the music, I looked for some trousers I could wear for baseball this evening. I didn't want to use the same ones as I did last time, because I use that pair for my work as well, and it's kinda goo~d trousers...
... so not really made for sliding in the dirt. *laughs*
Anyway, I found this pair I haven't been wearing in ages
... I don't even know whether I even wore it a single time after I moved here.
Hmmm... So I pulled them out of my wardrobe, and ah, so many pockets... and usually, there are things hidden within the pockets of my clothes... a lot of things sometimes. And this pair just felt as if there was very much
concealed on the inside.
So I emptied the pockets.
All of them.
Feel free to click for a huge version x3
May I explain...
To the far left
, a bunch of scrunchies. Children's scrunchies. I then remembered, that I used to wear those trousers when I did the housecleaning back in Ireland, when I was AuPair. They weren't too good for the dusty and dirty work, and my discman (嗚呼懐かしい…) fit into the pockets... besides, there were enough pockets to put into stuff I found behind wardrobes and under beds, so it was really handy.
And yeah, Sadhbh's scrunchies were scattered everywhere in the house. Their favourite place next to those already mentioned, were the gaps of couches. I used to just stuff them into my pockets...
And there, sometimes I just forgot to empty them when I was done.
The silver star I found under her bed at one occasion. Yeah, it's Xmas decoration but the time I found it... was not Xmassy at all. *laughs*
The Scooby Doo... I have no clue.Up up the circle
, there's a twirled toffee wrapping. *sigh*. ... Toffee... (☆,♥)ノﾎｼｲTo its right
... maaah, that moved me so much, finding that. It's a drawing my best German Irish friend Jools made, one of her typical 'Schnabis'... and the writing says "Gwen ♡ Japanese Boys"... Awwwww... I miss her. Should call her. Under it
, a scrunched up piece of paper with a lot of stenography and English vocabulary such as to covet, haughty, barmy cow
... and so on. [I think I was reading Wuthering Heights at that time ... hence... those words]Below that one
, a very old receipt from Supervalue Grange ... waaaahhhhh... *moved to tears* The writing has almost washed out, but I can read what I bought... even though I have no real idea what it is.
C/BELLS SOUPFU €2,26
CULLY & SULLY €2,49
Cully&Sully I know. The best soups in the world... especially the champion soup. I loved eating it, dipping my toasted bread into it and... o(T^T)°· .
Hmmm expensive... but normal prices for Ireland.
Well, and the next one
is a piece of paper that has a couple of Japanese words on it. The way I learnt them... I probably had been watching some anime, and then noted down a couple of wordings and phrases that I thought I made out.
On this side of the paper, there's No ni
and Iin da yo
... *laughs* There are other random scribbles on it as well... two email addresses I don't recognize at all... maybe I should just write to them and ask whether they know me ... Wow, that piece of paper must have been from the very first times of me being there. I even scribbled down3.30pm Cornerhouse Pub, Cobu~~y Street
every 2nd Sunday!
... I had just found out about the Pagans in Cork, and where they'd meet every week... muhaaaaa... I feel so terribly nostalgic right now.
Who's Li Xiao Chen? I have that name on the paper too. Under 暁 aki gyou dawn
Everybody I know from over there...
Thank you so much.
Chibi, feel free to tell everyone. ♥you, miss you. (;__;)m