On the couch, outside the office. Someone I know sits beside me. Luckily this someone is a lady. She proceeds to ask me “Do you know your trouser is torn”. (She spoke in Igala, I just translated for you to understand).
I looked at her in shock ‘torn’?
I had to plead with her to bring my office coat, so I could wear it. Fortunately, it was long enough to cover the tear.
I quickly went to the secretary’s office and asked for needle and thread. She had. Thank goodness. So that was good news. Then I found a place to go stitch up.
This made me remember someone who spoke one time at a fashion event I attended, of essentials a woman should have in their bag. This woman had gone for an event with her husband and when they arrived, she found out her zip has ripped apart. It was so bad that she could not attend the event, so only her husband attended. From then on, she decided to always have sewing supplies, the basics at least, with her.
So here I am. Grateful that someone told me, in time, that I needed to sort myself out. I am also grateful the secretary had needle and thread… But I am wondering, what essentials should I have in my bag or at least keep in spots I visit frequently.
Frequent spots for you can be home, office, car or shop.
As at the time of writing this, I haven’t updated my bag with essentials yet but I should. Should the bag determine the essentials used or should the essentials determine the size of bag you should use?
These are some things I think should be in your bag or somewhere in your frequent spots
Needle and thread
Biscuit (or other snack).
What else do you think should be on this list?
Did I miss something? What are the essentials you keep or take around?
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