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A few of my favourite things... - 131/365
A collection of some of my favourite things that I end up using almost everyday.
Robo-Cons - I love trainers, I love trainer culture but unfortunately my feet kill sneakers. I go through shoes and trainers like you wouldn't believe. The average life for footware is 6 months after that I tend to wear a hole in the sole of the shoe, just under the ball of my foot. So I can't justify spending over ?100 on the latest Nikes. Day-to-day I wear Doc Martens, they seem to hold up pretty well, I've given up on shoes, boots are the way forwards. I also have a pair of nice Timberland boots donated to me by That Old Serpent that are bearing up nicely. But these Cons (or Chuck Taylors or Convers All-Stars if you like) just keep on ticking. Granted, they go away for the winter and the stiching round the heel has gone, but they seem to keep on trucking. I love these, Ange bought them for me to replace a pair I had with hot rod flames on them. In fact, go back far enough in my photo stream* and you should see them brand new.
High Score 100 - He's a smart little Autobot who was a gift from Adam and Sarah (aka Revlimit and Driving in Heels). He turns into a game-pad and goes everywhere with me. He's my default, stand in toy. If I need a toy photo, he's my guy. Plus he's great for mucking about with on long train rides and robust enough for the kids to play with.
Gen 2 iPod - Funny how dated it looks now isn't it? We have 4 iPods in the house, this one (which is mine), one of the first video iPods, a Touch with a broken screen and a Shuffle, which is Lettys. I love mine, it's a bit beaten up and battle damaged but it seems to have most of the music I really like on it. I bought it just before Letty was born, six years ago. Four buttons at the top, wheel in the middle and a LCD screen. Design classic.
Crappy old cut-offs - As is. Comfy and cooling. Went to India with me, as did the Cons actually.
Sennheiser PX200 Collapsable Head Phones - Again, a gift from Ange and again, bought before the Letster came along. Great sound, durable and still going strong. They fold down and fit into a case the exact same shape as the sort of case you get for a pair of glasses, which I have, of course, long since lost.
Rucksack - I must of bought this bag almost 12 years ago. It's been to America twice and over to Europe a few times too and is still going strong. I found it in a cupboard recently and decided to bring it back into service. You can get enough stuff in it for a week away if you pack light and the front has a great pocket for putting your comics in.
75th Anniversary of DC Comics Badge - Our American cousins call these buttons, we call 'em badges. Got this one free with an action figure, thought I should pop it on the bag. Plus, y'know, huge geek.
*You may have to wait till I go pro again I'm afraid!
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Fabric: Woodland Delight by Paula Prass
Pattern: Mini Modern Rose Garden by Carolina Patchworks
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