Ah, yes, I can relate to that! Purses always collect all the treasures of our day's experiences. Thanks for sharing...and for visiting my blog.
Oh book festivals can be such fun. That's sort of a good way to keep the memory. Take a picture then you can lose (trash) the spare pieces of paper. Gives me ideas as I am in the process of eliminate piles of papers from my office. :-)
Cool trash! :) I have a lot of random travel stuff on my fridge and it looks a little like that. Each little piece has a memory attached.Lisa @ Alive on the Shelves
Reminder of things to attend or done.Nice photo.
I usually have to bring an extra bag when I go to things like that, otherwise my bag is like an archeological dig.
Pretty good! Mine would probably have looked a lot more like something out of Hoarders!
How fun! Mine always consists of a pile of receipts that I shove in when I'm shopping and then forget about. :)
That looks like a lot more fun than what my pile will look like when I finally get around to cleaning out my purse, which I need to do very soon... Thanks for stopping by my snapshot today, as well!
Good for you for remembering to bring your business cards! I just attended the Boston Book Festival last weekend and forgot mine.
Ooh I love Jon klasson's books :-)
I call my purse "the black hole" :/ I can totally relate!
That reminds me - it's time to do a purse purge myself! Hope the Book Festival was awesome...but how could it not be?!? it's books!
How fun. Next week can we please see the giant stash of books you brought home? I'm sure you did....
My purse is a nightmare... all sorts of weird items including until recently, a small glass ketchup bottle I picked up at the hotel I was in two weeks ago and finally took it out.
Great collection of material. I sometimes find those things useful in helping me remember exactly what happened on a busy day out.
:-) What a fun idea!! It's fun to see where you've been and all the book focus in your purse! :-D
You must have a big purse! I have to bring a tote bag with me to collect all the swag I pick up at fests.
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