American-European converter (large)
American-European converter (small)
Enrico Benetti backpack
textbook: Linguistics 300
Celine Dion body wash
black Geisha jacket
Teva flipflops (used)
other miscellaneous small items
Aside: Dia and I watched 40 Days and 40 Nights the other day, during which she got all excited because, apparently, I have Shannyn Sossamon's nose. Go figure.
Aside II: Hedwig just lent me her scale, and I weighed my carryon bag (10kg) and my checked bag (20kg). That seems a little too good to be true, that I nailed the weight on the first try - not to mention, more stuff still has to fit in there. But it's encouraging, anyway.
UPDATE: Apparently the scale was correct after all! With a lot of squishing, I got the carryon to 11kg and the big suitcase to 19kg. This is good; the problem is that I still have clothes to put in the suitcase, namely 3 pairs of pants and about 3 shirts. My new strategy may be to simply wear as many clothes as I possibly can on the day of travel, namely: a tight T-shirt, a tight long-sleeved shirt, a loose T-shirt, a sweatshirt, a zip-up jacket, and my big jacket. Six layers, then. I don't think I can really pull off more than one pair of pants at once, but maybe I can tie another sweatshirt around my waist or something. All of this is only until I hit the ground in London; there, I will have to collect my suitcase and recheck it, during which period I plan to slightly repack - to the extent that I check both my swim bag and my suitcase, but that the swim bag is no longer bursting at the seams, and that I am wearing a normal amount of clothing.
Sound good? I thought so. Of course, EasyJet may surprise me and answer my e-mail in the affirmative, that I have permission to exceed the weight limit... in which case this would all be unnecessary... but I guarantee you, were I not working on all this packing stuff now, the 'form letter' negative answer would have been in my mailbox today. But they said it could take up to 20 days, so cross your fingers.