Remember when I said I was giving up bags that I featured two years ago in my 50 days of bags? Here’s one of them. The purse is great but again, volume. Read about it here. It’s telling that I used this on a Sunday two years ago; if I used it during the week, I would have had to carry more than one bag.
It holds a magazine folded over, and has decent interior organization.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you like this one and would like to have it.
People say: “It must be so hard getting rid of all these purses.” “How do you chose which ones to give away? You know them like they’re your children.” Perhaps my vast collection has created an idea that I have anything other than like for these bags. I mean, yeah, I like them. I even like-like some of them. They’re not my children, though. And I don’t want to marry any of them. I don’t “LOVE” them like that. They’re material objects that I want rather than need.
This Lenten season, as always, I’m clear on the things in my life that I love, and they tend to breathe.
Yes, I know natural fabrics breathe. Ay, you sticklers.
TAKEN – thanks.