As we head into November, I had an opportunity to spend Saturday at a gardening conference that included touring a nice pollinator garden and hearing about research based information on the benefits of native plants. We also saw some beautiful views on the two-hour round trip.
A friend gave me an old denim skirt so I made her a bag out of it. She takes piano lessons, and I thought maybe she could carry her sheet music in it.
She also gave me a couple of legs of some jeans she had cut off so I made her a small hip bag to hang on the loops of her jeans when she doesn’t want to carry a purse.
Denim makes up a large part of my wardrobe. Should I acknowledge that? Why not, it’s the truth.
When I retired from Corporate America I took two car loads of suits and matching shoes and bags to the Women’s Employment Network. Since then, I dress for comfort the vast majority of the time.
Here’s the bag I made myself. What’s the little piece loop sticking out? You can hang your sunglasses there. There are also slots on the inside lining for a driver’s license and credit card.
I just happened to pick up a pumpkin whoopie pie. This is rather large even for a whoopie pie so I think it will get cut in half.
Happy last Monday in October. I hope it’s a good one. 🍁🎃🍂