Dawn talks about her bag on her blog. Hers is very neat while mine, as you will see, is not. At least this gives me the opportunity to clean it out.
My bag was made by a friend who used my husband's old BDU top and some Amy Butler material for the sides and insides.
Here is my mini purse that I use to house my wallet. When it's just me running out of the house, I can just grab the mini purse and go. Also, you'll see my calculator, a sudoku book (I love these puzzles, but I've only managed to finish about 3 of them so far), a ball of yarn for Pumpkin, a pencil bag full of multicolored pens, and a couple of notebooks.
Here are my clipboards (when little girls get tired of their toys in the therapy waiting room), another ball of yarn, our epi-pens, diapers and wipes, scissors, and mints from Olive Garden.
Toys, seeds, stations of the cross chaplet, appointment card, rosary, Divine Mercy card, and rubber bands for a geoboard.
Trash and receipts.
Crumbs!! How'd that get in there? I try not to carry food around in this bag. I have a separate snack bag that I carry to therapy and other places.
And, finally, my husband would not be happy that I didn't show the back side of the bag where I have patches from all the units he's been assigned to.
Oh, one more thing. The handles have this saying stitched on them: "I had cast my lot with a soldier and where he was, was home to me."--Martha Summerhayes, an Army wife from the late 1800s.