I like to work with my diaries. Between 2017 and 2018, I have developed a new form of archiving my visual memories, in which visual and textual narrative levels have been newly combined. The nonlinearly used photographs are set associatively with my handwritten fragments. The text is arranged chronologically, the pictures are not. The booklet develops through associations in search of a connection among the different visions I had before or had not yet perceived; that is supposedly against the linearity of a diary. The handwriting has the great power to activate important parts of our personality. It is like walking, a slow activity. As soon as the writing act begins, it is as if you were using calligraphy to create your own identity and rhythm. The text in this booklet is therefore not only intended to be a readable and understandable series of lines, but also as visual sign.