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Show Off Week: Day 4

Welcome to day 4! First of all sorry for the late post. Something happened to me and I need to calm myself down first before I can do anything (this post and assignments). So today I'm not going to concentrate on only one item, instead I will talk about the things that I always brought with me anywhere I go :)


My most trusted camera, Canon Ixus 80 IS, was bought during 2009, before I came to US. The third camera I have, and also the longest time of use. I used to capture a lot of pictures using this camera, until when people around me started using DSLR, and successfully turning me off from capturing pictures especially on events. But I still use it for personal use (like taking pictures for blogging!).


Sony Ericsson W660i, bought in 2008, a few weeks after I registered into INTEC. It used to have white cover, until I replaced it last year. These phone holds a lot of things dear to me, and pieces of my memories are engraved into this phone. Maybe some of you think that I have a more luxurious phone. To be honest, I am not that interested into multi-function phone, at least for now.


My wallet, given to me by my father before I came to US. Hold my student card, debit card, Gamestop PowerUp card, Best Buy Rewards card, and the secret to the universe.


Key-like key chain, keys to my apartment and my flash drive. Pretty straight forward. I wish one of them is a Keyblade, or can open up someone's heart.


A watch bought last year at Hard Rock Cafe in Chicago. Price? Classified. Just in case if you are wondering, the analog shows the time in Madison, and the digital one displays the time in Malaysia/Michigan.

Besides all of the mentioned items, I also bring one of my portables (mentioned in previous posts) on occasion. That's it, pretty simple post for now. I need to finish a few assignments, and I know I wouldn't be sleeping this night. Thanks for reading, and may you have a nice day :)

Comments

  1. ahhh a keyblade....i wish i have one too.... ^^
    surprise me that you're not interested to smartphones as everybody is using them now..

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  2. coz I got a lot of other gadgets! :D smart phones just don't cut for it, at least in my opinion :)

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