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I wish my store (JCP) would pick up the pace loading new inventory (especially slacks and skirts).  I have a $10 reward, $32 and some odd cents ebate store gift card and $50 gift card from Christmas burning a hole in my pocket Woman Very Happy

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@lolakimono wrote:

@SoX

You don't have a big black bag?Cat Surprised

I would need to see polygraph results.  Cat Tongue


 

@lolakimono Well, I do have one, but it's a satchel ... need something smaller now.

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@SoX  I can't seem to get rid of my full sized wallet.  I don't know why, it's like a security blanket or something, I just can't downsize.  Every time I think about buying smaller handbags I think, oooh but my Buxton won't fit in there.

 

Corrected the word from wallets to handbags.

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@birdmama@SoX@SoX@jackthebear@lolakimono

 

You all are too funny. Speaking of smaller purses, I’m just not having luck!

Here is the purse I carry to walk every day:

 

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Big enough for 1pr sunglasses; the key thingy holds license/medical INS/cc/MEDICARE card. It clips onto the key fob which is all well and good except if I would stop throwing in more m/u items. Humph

 

Carrying a gray one in nylon; it is a bit bigger. The best one is a burgundy one...trying to think of the name. I guess I will keep it in the car w/items I need.

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@LTT1  I'm so crazy about taking it all with me that one time I went to a Prince event (after he died) at a club and I carried a patricia nash crossbody.  In the trunk of my car was the rest of the stuff that usually is in my bigger bags.  I'm pretty sure I have a scr*w loose.

 

Image result for avellino metallic nash

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@gmkb I am a reader of the forums and don't usually post because of some negativity.   However, in this group there has always been support & positivity.    Gerri, sending you good thoughts, prayers, and virtual hugs.   May you receive whatever you need with love.  

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I understand.

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@birdmama wrote:

@LTT1  I'm so crazy about taking it all with me that one time I went to a Prince event (after he died) at a club and I carried a patricia nash crossbody.  In the trunk of my car was the rest of the stuff that usually is in my bigger bags.  I'm pretty sure I have a scr*w loose.

 

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@birdmama...

 

This is so beautiful!

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@SoX I caught it on sale at Macy's.  It's the avellino top zip crossbody (a familiar style) in the metallic paisley.  It's the only Nash I own.

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Home and hair is done and the more I look at it the more I like it, I think it is similar to the way Amy Stran is/was wearing her hair.

 

 

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