Saturday, August 16, 2014

That one item ..

I feel like everyone is always trying to replace something they're lost.

Now I'm not talking boyfriends or besties. I'm talking that one pair of shoes that you just wore out, that one statement necklace that you lost along the way.

For me, it's a handbag.

Now, this bag wasn't just a bag - It was my life. Until..

It broke.

Very sad day for myself. I loved this bag so much. All my friends were jealous because it was just plain awesome.

Now I'm sure you're wondering what was so awesome about this bag right?

Well, it was black with gold accents and it was the size of a good weekend bag. But the magic part was, you know with big bags, how you always loose stuff in them, like your keys or your lip balm. Well I lost everything in this bag, but - It had a dome and a clip - So when you put it on the floor (or your lap) and opened it out, it was almost flat and you instantly found what you were looking for.

It was amazing. I never lost anything for long with this bag.

Now, had I know how awesome it was when I bought it - I would have bought sixteen. But, I was not aware of it's awesomeness and therefore, when it passed. I was without it. And since this sad sad day, I have been doing my best to find a replacement. But nothing is as good. I buy a big bag, and just loose everything. I buy a smaller bag, and I can't fit everything in. I can't seem to win.

Wish me luck on my hunt for the new perfect handbag as I wish you good luck on yours.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

You know what grinds my gears?

People who email into companies, unsure on who is going to read and reply to their email and they write 'Dear Sir'.
How inconsiderate is that?!

What if a female should read and reply to your email?

I don't think they would like it if I replied and wrote 'Dear inconsiderate sexist customer'.

Even just in general people's comments when writing to companies. How do people sit there, type our this horrible emailed letter and then most likely proof read it, still thinking they're well within their rights to completely abuse someone just because they don't know who is going to read their query. 

Manners have been lost over the past 10+ years. Either that, or I've just been made aware of the lack of them.

Be nice to other people until they're rude to you - Then be extra nice. :)

Sunday, July 28, 2013

The Look for Less: All Edition - Kelly Osbourne

Dean Winchester

How to Style a Black Chandelier