-My gem and mineral collection.... particularly my Himalaya mine double terminated tourmaline w/ quartz, my etched red spessertine garnet w/ black tourmaline, my largest watermelon tourmaline, my achroite and a large gemmy sapphire. -my shaggin wagon (2001 volvo xc70, tinted out)
1. My vintage plush stuffed Garfield that my brother got for me while traveling in the Marine Corps. It went everywhere with him in his duffel bag and goes everywhere with me now. 2. My late grandmother's bible. Because it has names written in the back pages of long gone relatives who I have no clue who they are. 3. A small stone from the valley of Megiddo (aka: Armageddon). Not sure if wards off evil or anything but has freaked out a christian or two that I have it.
YTcyberpunkFeatured By OwnerJan 1, 2013Hobbyist Traditional Artist
My stuffed animals from childhood ...I dunno, everything else is pretty replaceable. I'm protective of my other junk more because of how much of a pain in the ass it would be to buy or make a new one, not because it would be an emotional loss.
1. My laptop - all of my writing's on there, yo! 2. My Dad's old Taylor guitar. 3. A vintage 1970's painting of a beatnik who happens to resemble Jude Law. 4. My 2013 Ford Fiesta. 5. My books. 6. My great-grandfather's composition books full of poetry that he'd written in the 1930s.
Yup! Just got her in September. I didn't need a car when I was living in Chicago, but when I moved back to Milwaukee and realized how downhill the transportation system had gone, I figured I'd better get a set of wheels if I wanted to stay sane. One definitely needs a car in the Cream City.
- Life-like Jack Nicholson Joker Pose-able figure - My Guy Fawkes Mask - My Star Wars collection - My "The Question" Figure - My Monkey music box (The one from Phantom of the Opera) - And finally, my Amon plushie that I made