Wednesday, September 28, 2011

The Burning House - day 2

Name: Sande Krieger
City: Salt Lake City
Occupation: Graphic designer, traveler and collector of numbers.
  1. Photos. Especially the ones of my dad before he was paralyzed. Irreplaceable.
  2. Mac and hard drives that contain all my digital photos and scans of my old photos.
  3. Scrapbooks. I hope the fire starts small because it's going to take me awhile to get all of these out of the house.
  4. My favorite pjs. I don't sleep well if I'm not wearing them.  Breaking them in was hard work!
  5. My Nikon. I had to use it to shoot these photos so this is just a representation.  It's replaceable but it would give me comfort to have it around.
  6. My travel journals. They remind me of where I've been and help me decide where I'm going.
  7. Ella & Portia. Irreplaceable and just darn cute.

City: Piedmont, California
Occupation: Portfolio Manager @ Williams Sonoma Inc. by day, artist by night.

  1. My daughter's case of hand made polymer clay pieces (my daughter, Rachel at age 13 made these and more)
  2. My case of cut up images (represents many hours of cutting with precision scissors)
  3. Portable hard drive (many many files, images, pictures, etc)
  4. Itouch (mainly because I can't sleep with out playing a few games of electronic sudoku)
  5. Mannequin of favorite jewelry pieces (many of which I made)
  6. Collection of family recipes (in one of my first albums I made)
  7. Eye glasses (my favorite pair of eye glasses and I can't see with out them)
  8. Complete collection of Columbo (my all time favorite TV show)

City: Johannesburg, South Africa
Occupation: artist, teacher
  1. A travel mirror from Mongolia
  2. My calligraphy pens and nibs
  3. My Bible from my parents
  4. A little set of Beatrix Potter books
  5. My little zebra skin purse from Kruger park
  6. My Orange Leather Handbag
  7. my gold work overlay from India.  
 Why? All these things give me a warm feeling inside.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for doing this project Paula, it definitely made me think about what was important to me and what makes me happy.