Thursday, July 12th, 2012

Bedraggled and beloved

Stephanie

I have Rhodia tablets that look just like this. Do you as well? Mine would live at the bottom of my purse and the edges of the tablet would begin to get a smooth and worn feel to it over time- but when you’d fold the cover back, a fresh sheet of paper would be ready to jot that quick to-do list, items to pick up from the store, or a quick note to be slipped into the lunch bag of a loved one.

Image courtesy of Natalyn Bradshaw (who called her tablet “Bedraggled and beloved”) follow npbradshaw on Instagram

2 thoughts on “Bedraggled and beloved

  1. Oh yeah I have more than a couple of notebooks that have gotten a bit, overused, shall we say? But that’s just a sign of love and use. Like an old pair of socks with a hole in the toe, you can’t part with something confortable and well loved.

  2. Oh yeah I have more than a couple of notebooks that have gotten a bit, overused, shall we say? But that’s just a sign of love and use. Like an old pair of socks with a hole in the toe, you can’t part with something confortable and well loved.

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