This is my purse. I think it is from Dillard's. I say that because my mom and grammy bought it for me and that is where they shop.
Note: Purse=Trash Can
- unpaid Visa bills.
- old flight tickets, basketball tickets and shopping lists.
- And my friend Melissa's engagement picture.
And then there's a little:
- Hot Hands from Santa. You never know when your hands are going to be cold.
- Recipes from Grammy. Coconut creme pie and walnut toffee.
- A little pouch for lipgloss that I got in Ecuador. However, you will notice that my lipgloss is not in the pouch. I'm working on that.
- A pen I got from my credit union.
- A pile of chewed and unchewed gum and wrappers.
Now, we finally have some real stuff. I'm not even sure why I have the first stuff in my there. And the worst part is that I put most of it back in my purse after I dumped it out. Don't worry, I did throw away the gum wrappers. Anyway, here I have:
- Sunglasses I never wear. I just like to carry them to make my purse heavier.
- My winter hat and leather gloves. I bought these so I look more mature and grown-up. I think it's working.
- Various shades of Burt's Bee's lip gloss and shine. Note how dark the colors are. My mother always buys me really dark colored lipstick. I don't know why.
- Powder foundation that I always forget to use.
- Random movie ticket.
- My wallet. I love this wallet, but I'm searching for a smaller one. And, to make matters worse, I found the perfect one at TJ Maxx, but it's still $60. For a wallet. You've got to be kidding me. I don't care if it is real leather. Somehow I always manage to find the most expensive purses and wallets at TJ Maxx.
- My keys. And my Panera Rewards card (greatest invention of all time...I have a free latte waiting for me on my next visit!) And my gym card. And a keychain my friend Alex brought me when he went to Chile. It says Julia. Because that's my name.
- A little bird card-holder that I sometimes put things in. It's very useful for holding fortunes from chinese take-out and the occasional quarter to pay the meter.