back in 2007...
While in France, I was looking    for a tent that would accommodate me for threedays during a music festival.
In that festival...
In that festival...
In that festival...In South Germany...
In that festival...In South Germany... For three days...
I went into the local store in                         downtown Bordeaux.            Little did I know that I would find th...
A tent that opens up in 3 seconds...      ...and closes down in 3 minutes.
I thought I had found evidence of God’s existence in a tent.
it meant that this tent would   take me to great places.*
it meant that this tent would   take me to great places.* *And it did. Islands and camping trips and road trips and festiv...
but I needed something*...
but I needed something*...    *something that would be my companion for     every trip, even when I didn’t need a tent.
And I found it in a hat.
A special   hat.
It has accompaniedme for all these years.
It has been seen on other people’s heads.
But most importantly...
It serves as a keeper of            memories.An everyday object transformed through incremental addition of experiences.
This pin was given to mefrom my friend when hecame back from Norway.
This pin was given to mefrom my friend when hecame back from Norway.
This pin was given to me from my friend when he came back from Norway.There used to be a pin there, but it was lost. It wa...
This pin was given to me from my friend when he came back from Norway.There used to be a pin there, but it was lost. It wa...
This pin was given to me from my friend when he came back from Norway.There used to be a pin there, but it was lost. It wa...
This pin was given to me from my friend when he came back from Norway.There used to be a pin there, but it was lost. It wa...
This pin was given to me from my friend when he came back from Norway.There used to be a pin there, but it was lost. It wa...
This pin was given to me from my friend when he came back from Norway.There used to be a pin there, but it was lost. It wa...
This pin was given to me from my friend when he came back from Norway.There used to be a pin there, but it was lost. It wa...
This hat isnowhere near tobeing full of pins.
Therefore, I live for the chances   that I can get a new pin.                        Places to consider:                  ...
Any suggestions?
The Hat Story
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This is the story of my hat. It has been a great companion and it only deserves a good story told in keynote.

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  • The Hat Story

    1. 1. back in 2007...
    2. 2. While in France, I was looking for a tent that would accommodate me for threedays during a music festival.
    3. 3. In that festival...
    4. 4. In that festival...
    5. 5. In that festival...In South Germany...
    6. 6. In that festival...In South Germany... For three days...
    7. 7. I went into the local store in downtown Bordeaux. Little did I know that I would find the perfect tent.
    8. 8. A tent that opens up in 3 seconds... ...and closes down in 3 minutes.
    9. 9. I thought I had found evidence of God’s existence in a tent.
    10. 10. it meant that this tent would take me to great places.*
    11. 11. it meant that this tent would take me to great places.* *And it did. Islands and camping trips and road trips and festivals and poetry symposiums and theatre communes.
    12. 12. but I needed something*...
    13. 13. but I needed something*... *something that would be my companion for every trip, even when I didn’t need a tent.
    14. 14. And I found it in a hat.
    15. 15. A special hat.
    16. 16. It has accompaniedme for all these years.
    17. 17. It has been seen on other people’s heads.
    18. 18. But most importantly...
    19. 19. It serves as a keeper of memories.An everyday object transformed through incremental addition of experiences.
    20. 20. This pin was given to mefrom my friend when hecame back from Norway.
    21. 21. This pin was given to mefrom my friend when hecame back from Norway.
    22. 22. This pin was given to me from my friend when he came back from Norway.There used to be a pin there, but it was lost. It was fromthe Cafe of The Happy Days, which was named after Beckett’s play. This Cafe is located in Bordeaux.
    23. 23. This pin was given to me from my friend when he came back from Norway.There used to be a pin there, but it was lost. It was fromthe Cafe of The Happy Days, which was named after Beckett’s play. This Cafe is located in Bordeaux.
    24. 24. This pin was given to me from my friend when he came back from Norway.There used to be a pin there, but it was lost. It was fromthe Cafe of The Happy Days, which was named after Beckett’s play. This Cafe is located in Bordeaux.When I was in Prague I paid tribute to my favorite novelist. This pin has an original sketch by Franz Kafka. Itautomatically made its way on the hat.
    25. 25. This pin was given to me from my friend when he came back from Norway.There used to be a pin there, but it was lost. It was fromthe Cafe of The Happy Days, which was named after Beckett’s play. This Cafe is located in Bordeaux.When I was in Prague I paid tribute to my favorite novelist. This pin has an original sketch by Franz Kafka. Itautomatically made its way on the hat.
    26. 26. This pin was given to me from my friend when he came back from Norway.There used to be a pin there, but it was lost. It was fromthe Cafe of The Happy Days, which was named after Beckett’s play. This Cafe is located in Bordeaux.When I was in Prague I paid tribute to my favorite novelist. This pin has an original sketch by Franz Kafka. Itautomatically made its way on the hat. I visited Maine last winter. Maine is where the sun first rises in the United States. I like visiting places situated in the extremes.
    27. 27. This pin was given to me from my friend when he came back from Norway.There used to be a pin there, but it was lost. It was fromthe Cafe of The Happy Days, which was named after Beckett’s play. This Cafe is located in Bordeaux.When I was in Prague I paid tribute to my favorite novelist. This pin has an original sketch by Franz Kafka. Itautomatically made its way on the hat. I visited Maine last winter. Maine is where the sun first rises in the United States. I like visiting places situated in the extremes.
    28. 28. This pin was given to me from my friend when he came back from Norway.There used to be a pin there, but it was lost. It was fromthe Cafe of The Happy Days, which was named after Beckett’s play. This Cafe is located in Bordeaux.When I was in Prague I paid tribute to my favorite novelist. This pin has an original sketch by Franz Kafka. Itautomatically made its way on the hat. This is a birthday gift. I visited Maine last winter. Maine is where According to my the sun first rises in the United States. I like friend, I look a lot alike visiting places situated in the extremes. this character.
    29. 29. This hat isnowhere near tobeing full of pins.
    30. 30. Therefore, I live for the chances that I can get a new pin. Places to consider: Patagonia Siberia India South Korea Cuba
    31. 31. Any suggestions?

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