Bright Spot in My Week

A couple months ago, this young woman comes up to customer service and says she lost her yellow sweater. Nobody had turned one in, but a few hours later it turned up at the registers but she was long gone. I grabbed the sweater and went to put it in lost and found. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw a button and went “that looks familiar”. The tag inside said Tory Burch. I was so excited, but couldn’t really share it with my co-workers because none of them have a clue who Tory Burch is.

A couple of years ago I went to lunch in the mall across the street from work. This mall is pretty high end – Gucci, Armani, Saks Fifth Avenue. As I was walking through I notice a very stylish trio. They were too well put together to be Atlanta natives, because this is not a very fashionable city. Sorry, Atlantans, it isn’t. I think the upcoming Real Housewives of Atlanta will prove it. I can usually spot New Yorkers and Los Angelenos a mile away. Anyway, as I passed by them I recognized one of them as Tory Burch. She was opening a store in the mall. I went back to work all excited, but that was short lived because I was met with blank stares.

Last week, I rescued that sweater from lost and found (just like I did with the digital camera last year) and brought it home. A few days later on this Monday’s Oprah Winfrey show, she had on the same sweater!

6 thoughts on “Bright Spot in My Week

  1. That’s a great Color on Oprah. I know some designers but Tory Burch isn’t one of them. Sorry. Are you going to rescue those worn sneakers from lost and found?

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