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Pink Luggage

June 23, 2010

I have a very nice piece of rolling luggage.  My dad gave it to me about 10 years ago and it’s been all over the world with me.  Together w have visited Prague, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and we lived together in Moscow for a year.  It’s been a very dependable friend, keeping all of my stuff safe.  But it’s black.  And boring.  I tied a piece of hot pink polka dot ribbon on the handle and that helps, but it’s still boring and black.  Next time I buy luggage, I’ll be looking at some of these.

[ Susan G. Komen 3 piece collection ]

[ I saw this gorgeous pink crocodile luggage from Neiman Marcus and fell in love.  Of course, it’s anywhere from $300 to $800 a piece.  But it sure is pretty, I just don’t think I’ll be taking the plunge anytime soon. ]

[ Rockland Handmade 2 piece set.  I love that it looks all vintagey and stuff. ]


[I love Love LOVE this Polka Dot Luggage. And at $99 for the set this is at the top of my list. ]

It’s not even breakfast time and I am having so much fun with my Pink Day Party!  And even though my first big Pink Day celebration is hardly even started, I already have a list of ideas for next year.  Does that make me nerdy?

Next up is breakfast!  I’ve got one of my favorite and most versatile recipes to share, and I’m hungry, so I better get cracking.  Breakfast doesn’t make itself, even on a holiday!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. June 23, 2010 9:52 am

    I totally forgot I had hot pink luggage!!! It’s sitting in my bedroom because we’re going on vacation and I really need to pack (but it hasn’t happened yet). I love it! It went to Paris with me. =) It’s not a fancy set like these beautiful ones but it does the job. My little one saw it sitting in the bedroom and asked why the “vacation bag” was in here. I much prefer vacation bag to luggage. hehe 😉 Happy Pink Day to you!!!

  2. June 23, 2010 2:37 pm

    Yes, pink polkadots on vacation for sure. Wow, you lived in Moscow? Do tell! One of my bestest university buddies just moved there with her family. She’s a VP for Shell (she actually kept working in geology and look where it got her!). She says they live in a compound that could be any U.S. suburb in the 60’s. Eeek. Maybe she has a pink fridge!

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