I’m not all that certain that this has any considerable vintage years behind it, a few signs point yes, as well as the smell but a few points leave me doubting. Nonetheless I’m not concerned as I’m particularly fond of the bag, its style and colours. Sometimes you just can’t pass something up that you know is really “you”. So the bag spoke to me, and home it came.
My thrifting trips have been somewhat scaled back in the last month, with illness, Easter and other commitments. But you can’t keep this vintage loving mumma down long, because I get an itch and I just need a fix.
Earlier this week I had plans with some local blogger and at the last minute they fell through. The kids and I were all hyped and ready for our plans and an outing, so I had to do a quick rethink, and of course a bit of op shopping was in order. I called my mum, told her I was picking her up on the way and then we would have morning tea back at mum and dad’s place afterwards.
Among a few other things I’m rather pleased to adding a another tooled bag to my collection.