I moved to Tennessee a few weeks ago and realized I didn’t own a dresser. A practical person would’ve done something practical, like bought a second-hand dresser for $10. Instead I built shelves that cost more than $10. (Clearly a post for another day.) In the midst of building shelves, I realized I didn’t have anywhere to put my socks. Shelves are good for pants. They’re good for shirts. They are not good for six million pairs of socks. A practical person would’ve gone out and bought a tub or something (if, you know, she hadn’t already bought a dresser). I discovered I had a t-shirt I didn’t wear and decided to turn it into a sock bag. Because a sock bag just screams practicality. A Girl Scout had a really nice tote bag tutorial and I had a pair of scissors, so I set to work. T-shirt from swell 5K I did with Megan and her family way back when.
Through My Headphones
*Hey Hey Hey (It’s Gonna Be OK) -Stephanie’s Id