The ESSE Purse Project, part 9
Once again, another installment of our ever-so-enlightening purse project. We have a small photo stockpile, but please keep them coming – we enjoy seeing and sharing what’s inside your bags. Well, and the bags, too, of course. We are a purse museum.
All the way from Tennessee comes a cute, cheerful bag with a description to match.
A common thread we notice this time is that each bag contains a touch (or more) of something minty and sweet. How many of you have memories of such things in your grandmothers’ bags? We all do. Some things never change, and that makes us smile.
If you’d like to join the project and share your soul, simply send a clear, medium resolution photo (no whopper files, please) to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “ESSE Purse Project.” Make sure the photo includes your purse and its contents artfully displayed (feel free to censor/omit embarrassing or identifying contents).
Please specify whether you want to share your full name, first name, city – or some other category such as age, job title, mother of three. But if you want to be totally anonymous, that’s fine, too.
We’d love for you to describe any meaningful or important items you carry, if you’re so moved, and/or to describe the bag itself. But, again, that’s optional.
Please also include this statement: “I give The ESSEntial Blog full permission to use this photo.”
Until next time ….