I had no plans to post today, but then I got the link to my published story . I couldn't wait to share. Translation: I'm posting 4 times this week. Hopefully that's good news, but also hoping that doesn't mean your fingers get too tired from commenting and you've got nothin' left by Thursday's post.
1. the link to my published story, hope you enjoy - no rush. Read at your leisure.
2. looking for input on my great purse debate:
I'm not really big into purses. If I buy one, I want it to last. Then I wear it until it's an eyesore, because choosing another purse, ugh. I don't like to spend a TON on purses, because aforementioned 'NOT INTO PURSES' thing, but I buy a good brand so it'll last.
For the past few years, I've carried around an athletic Adidas bag as my 'purse'. It has space for stuff, like a book and snacks. Sufficient pockets. It also survives when I spill a water bottle on it at the airport.
|My brown purse that lives in my|
closet and agrees to accompany
me places if I need to
A few days before my birthday, Coach asked me what I wanted. Hmm. I didn't really WANT anything . . . other than a girls' weekend with my blog friends, but that was a tall order. I wondered if maybe I should get a purse that could handle more stuff, like my faithful Adidas bag. Something more 'real'.
|My black purse that waits in my|
closet until it is called upon.
|Another option: new|
1/2 price, no less
|Should I not even start on wallets?|
I really like this 'wristlet' - maybe
I'm meant to carry an
athletic bag and a wristlet?
Then I can grab my wallet
when I run into a store.
Then I remind myself, I probably don't need a purse big enough for a book or a manuscript or GF snacks to sustain me, because I'M NOT GOING ANYWHERE. Maybe there is nothing wrong with being more of an athletic tote carrying type.
*I still have tags on the two new purses, so I can return both of them, or one of them. Curly knows how I am about deciding these things. She will be fine if I return the one she and Coach picked out. Am I terrible? Maybe don't answer that.