A Pretty Little Purse

A couple of weeks ago I was at the coffeeshop and met two women crafters. One had a lovely small purse, it had two colors and it was captivating. I thought it might be wonderful as a decoration in my bedroom. I asked about it and was told that the other woman with her made it. I asked her all about the purse and she explained how it was crocheted around a clothesline rope and then attached around in a circle to form the basket shape. She showed me the stitching as she explained. I asked her if she could make one with baby blue shading into purple. She said that she could and gave me her number on a card.

When I called and asked for her I got some guy, probably her husband. He was abrupt, rude, and insulting. I don’t want his negative energy in my home space. Now I won’t be able to think of the nice woman and her nice crafts and her beautiful little purse if I had one. I’ll be thinking of him and what an ass he was. I won’t be buying that cute little purse.

10 thoughts on “A Pretty Little Purse

    • Hi,

      Yes I feel as though it is contaminated now. Ick. The icky negative energy is awful. I don’t want it near me. And it was so cute and made me so happy thinking about it. Now I feel as though it has been ruined. This is not the first time, unfortunately that something like this has happened to me and the bad memory has always gotten in the way of enjoying it.

      Good and healing thoughts to you.

      Kate

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  1. Ugh. How rotten. I’m sorry you weren’t able to get the item you wanted. Have you ever tried perusing Etsy? I was having trouble finding a dog tag for Zoe that I actually liked until I looked on there. It is excellent for finding cute little handmade random items 🙂

    Good on you for not letting that negative energy near you. Warm thoughts ❤

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    • Hi,

      No on Etsy, once in a while a friend will send me a pic from there or I will see some pics on Pinterest. But I would probably die of coveting. I would love to buy stuff on there, but think I can’t afford it right now. Once I move it would be nice to look around there some, but I’m sure that I will find lots of stuff I want and can’t have.

      Thanks. And thank you for the warm thoughts. 🙂 Good and healing thoughts to you.

      Kate

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      • I think I could afford someone once in a while, but not until I am settled again. I don’t want to spend money because then I turn around and have spent too much, and I can’t do that for the next couple of months, I have to save some for a deposit and moving costs.

        Good and healing thoughts to you.

        Kate

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      • I understand. I had to do that myself when I was getting ready to move to my current apartment. That’s great that you’re planning ahead and thinking about budgeting. I hope it all goes smoothly ❤

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      • Thanks. Theoretically I have some money and then I spend it on a couple of things and then I am out of money. It makes no sense to me. I look at my bank account and see that it all adds up, but really I am clueless and need to keep track of it better.

        Good and healing thoughts to you.

        Kate

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      • I used to have that problem. Then I started limiting myself to cash-only (leaving my debit card hidden from myself at home). It really made it harder to impulse buy. But I dealt with the issue mostly because of the whole DID thing being rampant. Being more controlled now makes it easier.

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      • Thanks for letting me know. I used to do much better with cash, but I don’t live near a bank and that makes it harder to get cash for those types of purchases and I tend to debit certain things and then forget that I did.

        I should keep better track of purchases but with a debit card it is so easy to use and so easy to forget to keep track, unlike when I had a checkbook all the time. Mostly I spend way too much money on food, and don’t cook enough stuff from scratch. That gets me every time, but I’m working on that. Being on a low fixed income doesn’t help matters at all.

        Good and healing thoughts to you.

        Kate

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