How about that assortment of fabric? All are Liberty of London prints purchased at Target this past Sunday. My friend Meegan organized a group to meet at our local store for the big launch. We all arrived bright and early (8:00) for the hullabaloo, made even harder by the fact that we’d all sprung forward. Then the oddity started.
As this Target had no over night team to ready the displays, everything, save a few dresses and swim suits at the front of the store were all that had been unpacked. So, imagine a growing crowd of women hovering around a single Target team member hoping for the next best thing in Liberty! It was a bit of a mad scene, at times. Thankfully, I was just along for the ride. I had not pinned my hopes on buying anything, save maybe a dress for a tropical adventure, so I was not disappointed when the really serious ladies were filling shopping carts with everything they could.
Again, oddly enough, the hubster made out with more than I did – the purple and green on the left is a tie, and the wild peacock print is a pair of boxers. Although he did not know it until I arrived home – he had no intention of losing sleep to be at Target, of all places. I did find a dress, in the girl’s department, as, even though every association I have with Liberty is all about cotton, every dress and blouse for women was made of polyester. No thanks. So that’s my pattern in the background.
More odd, as I was loitering and enjoying the melee, I saw a familiar face, and scanning through the Rolodex of my mind thought the woman might be another Portland blogger. I kept watching, feeling more certain, before asking, “Are you The Eggplant?” Much to my delight, her reply was a resounding, “Yes!” and we had some shared giggles over the cute patterns and the madness of it all. A fun and funny Sunday morning, to be sure.