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Family tailgate at Auburn University

Some of my loves: Invites and Spartina. Josh, Ashley, my denim jacket and Steve

Hey there! Well, I couldn't stand it anymore. I broke down and bought a Spartina bag. I just love all the colors and designs of their bags. This hipster really caught my attention because of it's pop of color and it's cute shape. I was never an "orange" girl (and really this is a "corally-orange") until about 6 years ago. Now, I can't get enough! Seriously, I have to make myself not buy anything else orange.

And, fortunately, I bought it at just the right time! We are in Auburn visiting Ashley this weekend. We're celebrating her sorority's Parent's Weekend. There's not a better bag to carry while here!

Everyone is all abuzz with the activities in town! The A Day spring scrimmage football game, the new budding oak trees showing off their new spring growth, tailgates, concerts and everyone is wearing navy and orange, the school colors. The campus is absolutely gorgeous! The buildings, old and new, have the most beautiful grounds. The azaleas are in full bloom and there have every variety to admire, from the whites to the pinks and purples.

The best thing about Auburn University (besides the fact that my daughter absolutely loves it!) is the people. Everyone is so friendly. People greet you with a genuine "good morning" and "hello!". It just feels good to be on campus. There's community. If you are here for more than 5 minutes, you will feel it, too.

My new Spartina bag couldn't have debuted in a better weekend! I got so many compliments on it. We have the new patterns and styles at The Posh...come in and check them all out!

I hope everyone has a "pop of color" in your week,
Cheryl

P.S. Be sure to check out our Spartina bags and accessories that are 30% off! Bonus! P.P.S. War Eagle! And for my Alabama friends...Roll Tide!



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