It's puzzling how ambitious and vivid the visions are of successfully blasting into a project with absolutely no distractions. I very clearly suffer from traveling amnesia because after each trip, I spend the next day or two recovering, whether it's wading through the massive stack of mail or cleaning all of the take-out boxes from the refrigerator (remember, I have young adults who house sit - they don't cook).
And I'm not sure if any of you can relate to this, but my home no longer feels like my home. Sure, it has most of my stuff. But I simply reside here for a certain period of time until I get to go back to the hubby who, after one or two weeks, is asked if he has an upcoming business trip. Puzzling, yet true.
It's puzzling how I always walk into my first home expecting said young adults to fall over themselves to visit their traveling mother when the truth of the matter is they fall over themselves to run out of the house to continue on with their young adult lives - leaving me with a hungry dog and cat to share my dinner. (Okay, this part I like)
Which leads me to my question for you. Since I AM heading back into the studio today...
Let's say you're thinking of purchasing a new bag.
What type would be at the top of your list?
(I'm interested in seeing if it's the type I see on 99% of the women on the street)
(And yes, that's what I do when I people-watch.)
P.S. Don't forget to check out the end-of-season sale in the shop.