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Contents of a Mom's Purse

We all do it, moms. The purse clean-out. It may come at the beginning of a new season when it's time to switch purses or at random. I was so entertained by the contents of my own purse that I thought I would share it. Apparently I would never survive on a deserted island, but at least I would look good with my lip gloss and nail polish in my final days!

Receipts galore (gas stations, fast food, restaurants, groceries, mega mart... you name it)
chewing gum
chewed gum
gum wrappers
lolly pop sticks (thank you First Bank)
crayons
toy cars
hair bands
lip gloss
nail polish
chip clip (???)
pills
sewing kit
Canadian money
other coins of all kinds
plane tickets
boarding passes
business cards
feminine goodies
keys (some I don't know what they open)
brochures
flyers (some of which were attached to windshield, unsolicited)
coloring pages
shopping lists (from months ago)
Bible
planner
water bottle
phone
scraps of paper... who's phone number was that now???
mirrors
plastic bags
batteries

This is honest to goodness what was in my purse when I attempted to clean it out today. No wonder I have back problems! What wonderful mysteries and oddities are lurking in your handbag?

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