I’m spilling it.
No, not the beans.
The contents of my purse.
Merrie at Sleepless Mornings tagged for a meme in which I must dump my purse and answer a few related questions. As far as memes go, this is one of the funner ones I’ve seen, so thanks Merrie, for giving me blogging fodder for the day. Okay, okay. In all honesty this post should have gone up last night but we had issues. Seems our DVR resigned while we were away at Disney World, leaving Heroes to go unrecorded. So we’re watching it via the internet. That, btw, sucks. You can’t fast forward through the commercials when you watch online. Luckily we’re all caught up now and we can go back to vegging in front of the big screen instead of all crowding onto the couch around a little monitor and sitting in perfect stillness because every rustle drowns out the pitiful sound of aforementioned monitor.
Enough about that though. On to the dumpage.
And here are the related questions:
Describe the contents of your purse. It’s pretty self-explanatory, but okay. I’ve got a wallet, a cell phone, hand sanitizer, a little leather pouch that I use to contain gift cards, store membership cards, etc. You can see my handy-dandy camera, a little mirror, a tube of sunscreen (a necessity in Arizona), some lip gloss, two pens, a pencil, a barrette, and that white weapon looking thing with a cross on it is a nail file my Gram gave me. Last but not least is a rain check for Foster Farms chicken breast at 1.77 a pound. Score, huh?
What is the most important thing in your handbag? My wallet. Definitely.
What’s the most embarrassing thing in your handbag? Actually, this meme caught me at a good time of the month so I’m not embarrassed by anything in there.
What’s the smallest thing in your handbag? The barrette.
Is there anything illegal in your handbag? Sheesh, who do they have in mind when they come up with these questions? Sorry to disappoint but I don’t think I’m packing anything illegal. Unless you count the fact that I have two other rain checks for the exact same thing in my wallet so perhaps it’s against the rules to get multiple rain checks for the same thing. I totally live on the edge though.
Here is the fine print:
Find a safe quiet place free of significant others, nosey meme makers, priests, nuns, all things religious and men in general. (If you’re a guy just reverse this process to male and tell us about your wallet, tool box, briefcase or metro sexual accessory.) Don’t look at me, I just cut and paste.
1. Dump the contents of your handbag in a pile.
2. Take a photo of your handbag and the contents.
3. Be brave and explain to your fellow bloggers what lurks inside the handbag.
4. Tag others who might want to embarrass themselves.
5. Answer the above questions in your blog.
So, if you want to dump your own purse, please let me know that you’ll be playing along so I can come see what the rest of you are hiding.