I’ve been going through my belongings to downsize and organize. In my stash of memory stuff, I found these things.
I used my library card all the time as a kid and really felt important to have it. The patch was my winning design for a regional Girl Scouts/Brownies event when I was around eight. The owl was the keychain that came with my first car, a ten year old 1986 LeBaron GTS, which was gold inside and out and had a voice chip like Kit only not as cool (not that I had been allowed to watch the show!). The back of the keychain is worn but seems to say “Owl Be Seeing You” and is some kind of news thing in Berrien Springs, Michigan. The white part of the owl even glowed in the dark.
And the clay thing is Roadkill Rabbit. I think Barb made it or at least gave it to me in high school. Note the tire tracks. A couple of his limbs have broken over the years but I always really liked this guy, and it definitely predates my current rabbit affiliations!
Also, a page from a Kurt Vonnegut novel. I took a class on his works in high school and found this really meaningful at the time. Actually, I still do. I copied this from my book, colored it, and hung it on my dorm room door for a long time.