Tell All Tuesday Series: What’s in your Bag?

Q-What do you carry in your purse/wallet?

Tell All Tuesday Series...

My Purse

A-My purse is actually a backpack.  Over the years, toting kids around, and being a “tourist,” I found it easier just to throw a backpack over my shoulder.  They have a ton of pockets, and more than enough space for anything that you might pick up when you’re out and about.  I do have several purses, but I don’t use them very often.  They’re just too small!  Inside my backpack you will find:

Inside my Purse

  • Jack and Sally Wallet with Cards Galore
  • My Keys
  • A Bottle of Bath and Body Works Lotion
  • My EOS and a Tube of Cherry Chap Stick
  • A Bottle of Tums
  • A Baggie of Ibuprofen
  • Spare Pair of Glasses for Hubby
  • My Accordion Business Card Holder
  • Scrap Papers with Ideas Scribbled on Them
  • About 10 Pens
  • A Wide Tooth Comb
  • My Shades
  • A Big Stack of Appointment Cards

The other bag that I carry around contains:

Inside my Bags

  • My Business Binder
  • An Umbrella
  • A Baggie of Ibuprofen
  • A Pair of Thick, Fuzzy Socks
  • A Pair of Gloves
  • Pens, Pencils, and Erasers
  • Projects I’m working on

These two bags go absolutely everywhere with me.  So, there you have it.  A little peek into my private spaces.  You should feel lucky…I don’t let ANYONE look in my bags!

Krista a.k.a. The Bag Lady

What do YOU carry in your purse/wallet?

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7 thoughts on “Tell All Tuesday Series: What’s in your Bag?

      • Krista Kemp says:

        Oh, I can picture it! Next time I’m digging through my photographs, I’ll have to find the one of me at the airport with the kids. You’d have a good laugh. At that time, 2 kids, 2 umbrella strollers equipped with kids and their carry on backpacks strapped to the back, my carry on backpack on my back, 6 massive suitcases stacked up on the buggy with wheels, 2 car seats, and a pack and play. I had that baby covered in bungee cords! My mama cried when she saw me pushing the buggy and both babies in their strollers on each side of the buggy and how no one would even take the time to help me, or even open a door. She was so mad she could have spit fire! That was after 9/11, and she couldn’t go with me to baggage claim or to my terminal.

        Yeah, my portable office works for me, though it does hurt my back from time to time!

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