Saturday, March 18, 2017

Life is Too Short | My Very First Louis Vuitton Neverfull Bag

LOUIS VUITTON Neverfull MM, OLD NAVY Everyday coat, and mid-rise rockstar jeans (similar) 

Tax season is starting to get to me, which is not bad considering it has been 6 weeks in. I've been working on weekends, so the little time I have on weekend becomes even more precious. Just about a week before my working Saturday started, we visited this nursery in search for lavender plants. We've been having some "cat problem" and by problem I mean the neighbors' cats literally just pooped everywhere on our front yard and backyard. We heard that lavender plants are supposed to help repel animals. Long story short, it didn't work but we get a nice looking lavender in front of our window now. It was a beautiful nursery with a lot of different plants.

If you follow me on my channel, you know that not too long ago I just got my very first Louis Vuitton bag. I had been wanting the iconic Neverfull bag for years. I finally pulled the trigger and bought it. I had been eyeing the bag since I was still in college, and I can finally afford it with my own money! I took the new bag out on our little shopping trip and to the nursery.

 I love the bag so much, that I can't seem to put it down. I now understand why it's such a classic and a lot of people are raving about it. I picked up a bag organizer from a seller from Thailand which fits perfectly inside the Neverfull, It makes me love the bag even more. I'll do a post or video about it soon! Meanwhile, check out my giddy excitement introducing the bag in the video!


That day I found out that one of my very first friends when I came to the US passed away in a sudden. It still saddens me and I still find it shocking as I am typing this. He was one of the most funniest guys I'd ever met. I still saw his facebook post hours before he was gone. I still couldn't believe it, but it's true. Life is too short. I know that, but it just hits me the way it never did. I prayed that God gives the family strength and comfort, and may they find peace in this awfully sudden event.

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