I almost shudder to say this….but fanny packs are making a comeback in a fierce way. I dont think I’m wrong by stating that fanny packs are commonly considered the black sheep of handbags. It’s not unusual to spot one on a well traveled tourist, along with the obligatory camera around the neck. If I spotted a fanny pack on someone, it used to make me cringe. Literally. Well, that’s not the case anymore. I suppose the comeback of the fanny pack was inevitable, given that fashion trends are constantly finding ways to revive and reinvent themselves.
My step daughter, Isabella recently celebrated her 10th birthday and blogger’s husband and I presented her with a few gift options for her special day. I was beyond delighted our little girl wanted to go shopping for new clothes! It was music to my accessorized ears!! I literally needed a moment to appreciate what I was hearing. As a bonus mom, I like to think Isabella benefits from having two female figures in her life and perhaps one day she will say, “I got it from my (step) mama!”
In the past, I would’ve described myself as being a punctual person. However, in all honesty…I have never been on time. In Dayna’s world, this notion of promptness and being on schedule is a complete fallacy. Just ask blogger’s husband….he has probably logged at least 100 hours of waiting time. Habitual tardiness has turned into a perfunctory task and I find myself saying, “Sorry I’m late” on a consistent basis. I recently read an interesting article on individuals who are chronically tardy. This made me think about my own rational decision making process and time management skills; or lack thereof. With that being said, these are the real reasons why I am habitually late.