I was pretty sure my dad was going to kick my *ss when I brought this suitcase home from a yard sale a little while ago. For only 2 dollars, it was a chance I was willing to take. I brought it inside and as I twinkle toed to the bottom of my stairs, I heard his voice, "What's that?"
"For uh, my craft fairs."
"I don't get it."
"You know, like I can open it and put things in it, like as a display."
"Oh, I get it as a prop?"
"Yes, a prop."
And I continued on my way up to my room and dumped it on my crowded floor. Even though I haven't had a craft fair since February, you never know when you're gonna need a suitcase with a collage on it. "Tomorrow belongs to those who prepare today."Tell me you don't think hoarders would have a good chance of survival if some crazy disaster happened. They are ready for anything.
dress- Salvation Army
shoes- Jeffrey Campbell
I'm not gonna lie, I don't like this dress for myself. It's a little too Laura Ingalls "Wild"er for me. It's definitely going in the Etsy shop I don't have yet. At least I realize it now that I've seen pictures of myself in it. Didn't Cher say that in Clueless? "I don't trust mirrors, so I always take polariods." Smart vegan.
P.S. I'm petrified of snakes, so it was really surprising I was able to purchase this suitcase. I thought it would be good phobia therapy for me. In my defense, growing up in the country snakes were a real threat esp. rattlesnakes. We found many and I always had to watch where I walked and ran when I played outside.
Your half pint,