Tuesday's Question- What's In Your Purse, Wallet, Handbag, Computer Bag, Etc, Today?

Hello, and welcome to Tuesday's Question. Today's question is, well, I know you read the title, but I'll ask it again, and answer it: What's In Your Purse, Wallet, Handbag, Computer Bag, Etc, Today? 

Read answers from Sandee at Comedy Plus and Grace from Dragon's Alley. 

I carry a purse and sometimes a book bag, but I'm just going to list what's in my purse. So, pardon me while I crawl into my bottomless bag let's see,  

The first thing I see is a small bag of scramble rubbish, mainly make-up, (Most of which I do not use.) mixed with pens, a little notebook which I bought to write down idea's and notes, receipts, a little purple rock to remind me to be grateful, band-aids, my wallet, a hair brush, three pairs of sunglasses, two pairs of reading glasses, perfume, small coins with a drawing of President Lincoln on them, a variety of mints, Stephen King's new book about time travel, entitled, 11/22/63, and I could go on...it's ridiculous. I clean my purse out at least once a week, but it's an endless chore. 

Alright, now it's your turn. I will reply to each comment, and remember to answer carefully because sometime in the near future I'm going to post my readers comments to Tuesday's Questions. Because I've read some of the comments in the past that are hilarious, touching, kind, and well just plain good.   

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O.K. finally it's your turn, What's In Your Purse, Wallet, Handbag, Computer Bag, Etc, Today? 

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Sandee said...

I don't carry a purse or wallet, so when I go somewhere I put my license, my healthcare card, my credit card/debit card and perhaps some money in my pocket. That's all I have. If I have to go grocery shopping then there is a grocery list. I just quit carrying all that stuff around.

Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs. ♥♥♥

Grace said...

I rarely go out LOL When I do, I carry a purse which has - 2 zippered pockets on the outside, one has keys, pen, cell phone, the other one has a pack of sugarless gum.

Inside: small side pocket has pad and pen. Even smaller side pocket has lip balm. Large zippered side pocket has eyeglass cleaning cloth, 2 more pens! and my Metrocard.

The main part of the purse: wallet, sunglasses in a case and tissues in a ziplock baggie.

The question now is: Why do I have so many pens!!!

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Sandee, You know, I didn't even think about my healthcare/debit cards. You know I could have guessed your answer because I know you well.

I've always thought that you can tell a lot about a person by what they carry, and I hate to say it, but also by their garbage. But then again, I'm not a slob and I keep a clean house, but you wouldn't think so when it comes to my purse.

In any event, I still could have guessed your answer, or come close. 'Cause, I know you have class and that you're well organized, I wish I had those traits.

I really need to lose my purse, I do not know why I carry it around because it's really just full of junk. And as I mentioned, I clean it out often.

Thanks for your answer buddy,

Big hugs back to you.


aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Grace, I rarely go outside too...laughing. Sometimes, I do not like working from home.

It sounds like you have a cool purse, I love the separate zippered pockets. I tell you one thing, you and Sandee have it going on...and by the way, I also have a ton of pens. What is the deal with that? It's as if a mysterious pen fairy is dropping them from the sky.

I guess we're afraid we're gonna run out of ink. :))

Thanks for taking the time to comment, I appreciate it.

Have a fabulous evening.



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