So, I was driving back from Wal-Mart today and as I drove down 800 N on my way home, I passed the grocery store Maceys. I noticed that in the parking lot were giant inflatables and booths of some sort set up in the parking. Having nothing better to do, I detoured into the parking lot so see what all the fuss was about. What was it, you ask? A giant yard sale. Boutiques and families had set up camp in the Maceys' parking lot for a big sale. I'm never one to turn down a good deal, so I parked my car and perused the booths.

I got toward the end and found racks of purses, which immediately drew me toward them. As I got closer I realized these weren't just any purses as logos like Prada, D&G (Dolce and Gabbana for the fashion illiterate), and Coach twinkled before my eyes. Now, I'm not an idiot, so I know that these bags aren't real...but, hello, since when am I a purse snob? I may be a car snob, shampoo snob, and an Orville Redenbacher popcorn snob, but purses? No. All I know about purses is that there is no such thing as too many and if I can fool one person into thinking it's a real Prada, even better.

So, I caved and bought one. According to the (extremely legit-sounding, of course) salesman, it's the newest style for the spring and summer. Feel free to drool as necessary.

Prada from the grocery store parking lot - I'm livin' the good life.


  1. Face it, we're all snobs. In one way or another. I'm an appliance snob, a countertop snob, a haircolor snob, a piano snob and let's face it--I'm a bit of a flower garden snob as well.

    Now, if we were discussing SLOB . . . that's another blog entirely.

    Enjoy the handbag!

  2. Great blog, and even better purse! However, I have one little concern problem with it....HOW COME YOU DIDN'T TELL ME ABOUT THAT SALE!!! Hello! lol! You should've called and said something like "Hey awesome friend also named Amanda! There is a great sale of wonderful things in the Macey's parking lot! Care to join?" hahaha, jk, I forgive you. But congrats on the bag! I envy you for it. lol