I think its a bit daunting, and some-what rude to post some of the personal belongings of someone online, especially if they had passed and you knew them. Although, some of the things are interesting. Mr Norm, even though not directly related to me was cool. My mum referred to him as Dad and whenever I went over to my Aunts house he was there. I didn’t talk to him very much and I don’t know much about him. He did build stuff, was a dedicated Christian and apparently, my dad says, was a graphic designer. Was this true? I don’t know. Lets get started on some of the things I took.
These containers looked cool! Laxatives is a cool word!!
Inside the pill bottle.
A badge thing that was inside the laxative container.
One of my faves, a wooden ruler.
He had a ton of vinatge boxes, which I live for.
My uncles took alot of the stationery things, they’re really good quality. Some were made in England!!
I have no idea how to work this.
Had a glass shard in it. I don’t know what this is as well.
BOX BOX BOX! Now it holds my nail-polish, beads and some stamps.
This is the thing that I am most excited to show you.
As an Australian, he probably served the Army or the Navy.
From the Marches.
An old Australian penny with a gun shot through it?
I don’t know what this is.
March badge of 69’.. or 96’
I also got the cutting board from him, let me just say that IT THE BEST THING EVER <3
Australians all let us rejoice, for we are young and free! When I was at primary school, when the the Advance Australia Fair was played, it would be the Human Nature version. You guys should look it up. Its really beautiful, I swear. I’m actually listening to it at the moment and I feel like tearing up.
Now its time for other things, goodbye cool badges.
Anywayyyyys, this is a cool compass-ish set.
Jars of screws, and misc.
Its a thermometer!
Was he a mathematician?
Thanks for reading this post! I’m now listening to Waltzing Matilda, Slim Dusty version, so pretty.