2 tiered one seen in the top photo. My one concern was how to create an insulated carrier. I pondered it up until yesterday. I was almost resigned to making a cloth carrier like the ones advertised with it, but along with another big price tag was the problem of an ice pack. It would have made a drippy mess by the end of each day in that thin cotton bag. What would be leak proof without using plastic or vinyl? I must admit that my inspiration came from their wool soakers my children wore over the diapers when they were babies. Wool would insulate and keep the moisture in. So simple, why hadn't I thought of it until the day before school? So yesterday we went through my stash of recycled/ felted sweaters. Nothing seemed quite hip enough for my guy. Then we remembered the vintage wool army blanket. It met his approval instantly. I had hesitated cutting into it before, but now I was happy to get the scissors. Ironically, my medium sized round bucket is the exact size for a tiffin. Go figure.
Hand painted 70's style Winnie the Pooh t-shirt (a favorite)
bell bottom jeans
red salt water sandals
Metal (the only choice back then!) anyone remember Korg on Saturday mornings?!
Happy last day of August!