Now that we are at the heights of Muff Season, be careful when you put in your muff.
Tis' a tragedy as old as time itself that someone shoves something into their muff only to lose track of it, or worse loses it in there. Why an old muff, which has become loose with age and wear, things can simply fall out if you are careful. But using the suggested trick will keep everything small accounted for.
And it's essential that you use that muff of yours. In cold weather, if you can. (You muff enjoys being cold, in fact!)
And remember, never let a man into your muff in public. Your reputation may suffer from whispers about your ease with familiarities. People will talk.
I've taken a lot of time and care over the years to make sure that once something's in my muff, it stays there for as long as I want it to... JxReplyDelete
We're going to call you "Clamps"Delete
My muff is so used, and man handled, at this point, why even bother being careful with it. And my muff has been seen in public on numerous times, so your advice on that is too late. Shall I email you a pic of it?ReplyDelete
Then you must find someone with bigger hands!Delete
I found a man's wristwatch in mine.ReplyDelete
Better than the motorcycle found in Norma's.Delete
All of these years and I never knew my muff could be used as a pocket!ReplyDelete
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My muff is in a box somewhere, I think. Oh wait, you mean, my other muff, right? ;) xoxoReplyDelete
I think my earlier comment must have either disappeared on gone to your spam folder, sweetpea! xoxoReplyDelete