No, I didn’t plan to collect any more fossils this year. But this is what happens when I’m not looking. The fossils are just THERE. I was looking for a white dress for someone’s graduation and there was this stunner. Built in handles. Colorful, modern coated cotton pattern. Adjustable strap and keys. Interior and exterior pockets. But I didn’t want to pay $35. Don’t forget, I’m cheap. So I said “sigh I wish there was some coupon or discount.” Cashier checks my account and says “oh you have a reward of 20% off your whole purchase” and here we are. Hashtag worth it.
Got this backsack around 25-30 years ago at Pier 1. I loved the cowrie shells and little mirrors in the design. The cotton is faded, and it’s a black hole bag, but so what? I still enjoy looking at it and using it. Functional art.
Liberty of London for Target – finally. I reached for this many times but decided to get past the halfway point. Sometimes you have to hold the carrot to ensure success.
Woven bag that I use as a purse and a book bag. Here it’s loaded with books for church tomorrow. I’m doing the children’s sermon, and I can’t decide between the three books in the bag. I’m sure I’ll decide by tomorrow morning.
Dumped the contents of the orange Latico into this coated cotton Fossil. Got this one at goodwill a few years ago. I love the retro flowers and the keys. This bag is an instant mood boost. Note the cute feet on the Latico.
A nice Vera Bradley bag from Goodwill. I like their bags they have three or four colors only. This one has an adjustable strap, two front pockets and and a back zipper pocket, and a spacious interior. I was doing to the Art Museum with my youth group today, so I needed something light.
Ah yes, Fossil, how I love your coated cotton, your flowers, and the fact that there’s room for my water bottle. This is a Goodwill bag I use often because it’s lightweight and encouraging.