I'm glad that my current job prohibits me from all this online shopping and searching for things I really do not need. I was seconds away from owning this Turkish carpet bag purse. I found it divine. I already pictured myself lovingly putting all my precious beauty supplies inside. "it can fit a nice notebook" I told myself. I waited a whole day, and to my surprise some other impatient lady scored it. Thankfully I dodged spending more money this holiday season. Idle hands will tap at keys and purchase all sort of things that are frivolous. You would think that exhausting move and purging of things would have taught me a valuable lesson, but alas "NO".
I would never carry this purse and yet I liked how way back Whiting and Davis made a graffiti style 80's bag in the flapper days
with the resurrection of these vintage leopard coats everywhere, something from my riot girl art school heyday comes over me. Back in Ohio I used to score one of these every other week
not sure which is creepier, a weird needlepoint cat pillow
or gold granny boots, nor why I heart them regardless
I love Egyptian stuff and
you may wonder...why the weird gyspy folk dolls? Oh of course I was researching presents for my friend's kid and somehow went from folk toy instruments to this. And I couldn't stop looking at these magnificent gems. Why aren't dolls made with this insane flair today? Why don't all dolls have embroidered boots and wicked painted eyes? If I was ever asked the question "What would you want to be doing if you weren't doing what you are now? Or when you were growing up what did you want to be? I would definitely say- Doll/Puppet maker for sure. I may have missed my true calling.
When I review this post, I am grateful that I A.) do not have more free time starting monday B.) Grateful rent is due today, and the voice of reason C.) glad that my look but DO NOT PURCHASE buttons are in full effect