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TIME TO CLEAN YOUR PURSE! (Continued)
Last week we left off with a purse search for lip loss and how it takes on an integral role in purse life – the rotation cycle. As you try to get to the bottom to reach the desired object, the item works its way to the top. As your hand moves back toward the top, the item travels in the opposite direction, pushed along by other objects caught up in the process, thus the rotation cycle.
Cleaning most often occurs only after an exhaustive search for an item produces no results. The cleaning ritual begins with the purse held high in the air. The owner then dumps the contents onto the table. Really big purses require moving to a larger dumping area, such as a…pasture!
While purging the purse of its contents, a woman may discover she's been harboring souvenir tokens from a past county fair, an unopened invitation to a wedding that took place four years ago, or a pamphlet introducing the "New '84 Olds". A few items are kept, however, as they still may hold a special place in a woman's heart.
Photos of children, yellowed and cracked beyond recognition, don't often get tossed. Love letters from old beaus almost always have a special place in the purse. Here, they find safety from present beaus who know better than to snoop through a woman's handbag.
Once the ritual has been completed, the woman is wise to remind herself that future purse fodder should be evaluated and given the stamp of approval before admitted. Even today's Hefty bags, tough as they are, have a load limit. Now, I'm sure most of you cannot relate to this description, by Pam McKeon of the state of today's purse, but for those of you who do I hope you've found some insight into purse time management. Now that you've read this, to go over to your purse and, if you can barely lift it, it's time to clean it!
posted on: 3/13/2012 12:00:00 PM by Judy Warmington
category: The Mental Side
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Judy Warmington, Woman Time Management (owner) -- Busy wife, mother of three adult/married children, grandmother of 10 (5 boys and 5 girls!), former high school teacher (M.A. from W.M.U.), Speaker, Author, Radio Personality, and Trainer of Professional Organizers.