It was back in October last year that I spied this little gem in the gift shop at the Mont St Michel priced at a very reasonable twenty euros. 'That's lovely and so functional.' I thought but then the natural tight ass rose within me. 'It'll be a rip off if I buy it here!' So, I duly memorised the name of the brand to see if I could source it cheaper online when I got home. I think I even used a little bit of word association to ensure that it stuck good and proper. But yes, you've probably guessed that when I got home I couldn't for the life of me remember the name.
On our last French trip our friends came too. In the height of August they decided to go and visit the Mont which is the second most popular tourist attraction in France. The Lovelygrey declined their kind offer to join them, envisaging being herded like sardines, an intentional mixed metaphor, in the narrow streets surrounding the abbey. Our predictions were entirely correct BUT the trip was not in vain. I put in a request to see if the purse was still available. Behold, the retail fairy took pity to me et voila ! In the spirit of thorough research I did send an email to the gift shop asking for the manufacturer of the purse in case anyone liked it so much that they could find it online. Sadly this did not receive a response. So, if you want one, you'll just have to make this the lame excuse to go for a thoroughly pleasant break in Western France.
Hysterectomy Association which seemed to suggest that it would do the trick postoperatively even though I'd had a different type of tummy surgery. My two abdominal support bands arrived today. They're made by a company called Carriwell and are actually marketed as pregnancy wear. Preliminary testing is indicating that they're comfy, don't ride up and are effective in relieving that jiggled about feeling.
Now, allow me to seem as if I'm going off track! If, after a plane crash you end up in a remote tropical forest where survival prospects are slim. However you recall from the inner recesses of your brain that a tree you've spotted is recognisable from a TV survival show, . This wonderful plant gives you the means by which you can lash together a canoe, light a fire and maintain dental hygiene. And that's just the bark! The whole thing has a myriad of uses that will help with your escape to safety. You can even eat those little nutritious greeny-grey grubs found in the crevices of its trunk. That's why I'm telling you about my latest buy which may seem completely irrelevant to your current circumstances. You never know when you might use that tucked away information in the future!