Is that a granola bar in there or are you just happy to see me?

So, the fabulous Hazel over at Hot Cross Mum tagged me for none other than a handbag challenge.

When I first read about it, I was all yeah, this sounds like a fun blog post to do, but then I realised I was going to have to reveal the contents of my handbag to the world. 

My not so neat and tidy contents of my handbag.

And, then I was all ooh, er … because you would all find out that my handbag is like a junk drawer and I’m not sure really how it happens other than the fact that I have three boys.  Yes, if in doubt, blame any mess on the children, right?  Heady stuff, I know.

Oh well, here goes nothing …

The handbag -- I just swapped out my Winter bag for my Spring one. Forget this 6 more weeks of winter prediction!

Some receipts, some stamps and a Kohl's discount card coz you just never know.

My wallet, some lippy, tampons and a dragonfly clip I'm way too old for.

Camera, BB, the little one's sunglasses, a brolly and my inhaler.

Goldfish crackers, snotty tissues, High School Musical sticker (even I'm baffled), straw cover from juice box and a granola bar.

Erm, yeah ... it's one of the boys' Nerf gun missile things. Really trendy to carry around if you must know.

Gosh, I feel all nekid now I’ve bared my soul, but at least my Tardis of a handbag’s nice and neat now.  How on earth do I fit it all in there?

Hazel also gave me the Sunshine Award and I shall do as she did and bestow it along with the handbag challenge to some lovely fellow bloggers.  And, also because I’m really nosey and want to see what you’re all packing!

The rules of the Sunshine Award are you must:

  • Put the Logo on your sidebar, or within a post.
  • Pass the award onto 12 Bloggers.
  • Link the nominees within your post.
  • Let the nominees know they have received this award by commenting on their blog.
  • Share the love and link to the person from whom you received this award.

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