I performed my first yarnbomb today, though I feel that's a misnomer in this case. My class lost one of our mates last winter, and in remembrance, we planted a tree for him near campus. I had the idea awhile ago of knitting a little scarf for the tree, in red, the color of aaron's raincoat. This morning, I finally acted on the idea and attached a little warmer to the tree. Not a yarnbomb, but a little hug made of yarn.
And a little camera practice while I was there....
a Kenyan Schilling (at today's exchange rate, that's 0.01177USD)
a Canadian dime
an Australian nickel
pennies: one ginsu'd, one badly corroded, one wheat, one smashed into a souvenir
folding money: two ten dollar bills, found on consecutive days. one in a pile of leaves near my school building, the second at a busy bus stop (it was in plain sight on the curb, but all the folks waiting for their buses were too busy thumbing their smart phones. losers).