Tuesday, June 29, 2010

City Girl Giveaway

Big cities appeal to me.

Lots of people with different stories all gathered in one place to make a life for themselves. The hustle, the bustle, the excitement...

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But then again, I like the idea of big fields of flowers. Giant expanses of green and gold. I think my ideal location would be somewhere accessible to both - that way I can go to either as I please. But whenever I do think of big cities, I think of being on the go - armed with a handbag and a coffee. And preferably a handbag from Jenny N Design.

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Jenny's fabulous store is stocked to the brim with gorgeous, chic handbags to cater any woman's taste. From cute and casual to strictly business, her selection has something for everyone. With her inspirations being nature, architecture, fashion and food, she understands what it takes to create a beautiful product.

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Jenny's favorite colors are fuchsia, turquoise, black and gold - an eclectic mix, just like the city of Austin where she lives. Jenny tells me that it's the perfect mix of diverse lifestyles from high-tech professionals, students and musicians, to politicians and people who value small businesses. She loves the fact that if she goes downtown at midnight, she'll find all these people gathered together in the many bars lining the streets, and then come morning, she'll find this same motley crew running laps and canoeing along Lady Bird Lake.

Her hobbies include her bag designing, along with art, graphic design, working out and cooking. She also loves organizing parties on party boats to take advantage of the Texas heat and the cool water.
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Jenny is generously giving away a $50 Gift Certificate to her store to one lucky reader. To enter, please leave a comment telling me if you're a city girl a county girl, or a little bit in-between like I am. I will announce the winner on Sunday.

137 comments:

{lovely little things} said...

I think I'm a city girl with a smidge of country, I love the hustle + bustle, and being able to walk to my fave coffee shop or out to dinner, but I do love the open space and peacefulness of the country.

lovelylittlethingsblog@gmail.com

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

oh how gorgeous! Im a city girl all the way, I love the comfort of my home but knowing that if I want i can have anything and everything within easy reach. I dream sometimes about moving in the countryside and living a more relaxed life but Im not sure if it would work out...
Thanks for this chance Dionne xo

Tali Schiffer said...

I guess I am too a little bit of both. I love the hustle and bustle of the big city, and the closeness to everything happening, but I also love the quiet of the country, the open spaces, and more nature instead of concrete...
One thing though, country or city, it has to be close enough to the beach!

Ali said...

I totally used to think that I was a 100% city girl. But as I get older (and more mature, I hope!), I've come to realize that I am a city/country mutt kinda gal. :)

Kaye Prince said...

I'm definitely both! I grew up in a village of only 200 people but moved to the largest city in the country by myself when I was 17. I love living in the city because everything is so accessible and there's always something going on, but I also love the country with it's fresh air, green fields, and silent nights!

miznyc said...

Total city girl!!! Give me bright lights, public transportation, lots of people and things open all night. You can throw in a country night or two for vacation. :D

beadsinthebelfry at gmail dot com

Karen said...

Totally COUNTRY girl here! Right down to the goats, chickens, horses, cows, seven dogs,one cat and a pregnant mini-jenny (donkey)that live in our red barn! Love every second of living "in the sticks" in Georgia. By the way, I LOVE Jenny's bags, they are amazing!!!!!

Helen said...

I am a city girl, but married to a fabulous farm boy! :) These bags are fabulous!!
helen_ono(at)hotmail(dot)com

The Magic Onions said...

I'm a country girl for sure - LOVE the freedom of lots of space. I also LOVE Jenny's bags - so beautifully made.
Thanks for the chance to own one,
Blessings and magic,
Donni - Fairyfolk

Anne said...

I'm a city girl (as long as there is grass SOMEWHERE in that city). I like having all of my creature comforts close by.

Hannah said...

I'm definitely in between- I love places with lots to do and everything nearby, but I also have a place in my heart for a slower pace and being surrounded by nature.

HandaMade said...

I'm a city girl that love to shop and stay there as long as I want until I figure out what I want especially in purses. I can't live with out purse or hand bag in my hand.^_^

Sara said...

I'll answer by telling you that on my morning jog, the "friends" I see either say "moo" or "neigh" as I dodge piles of.... *hmm, clears throat* that are left on the side of the road by the amish horse & buggies that travel the same road. :) You guessed it. Country girl...on into hick territory....

Brandi said...

I'm totally a city girl. I can appreciate nature, but the hustle and bustle of a city just appeals to me.

PonderandStitch said...

Hmmm... I like the convenience of shopping in the city, but don't like the chaos and fear of getting lost, lol. I'd say I'm a country girl- I like just sitting outside with a cup of tea and a book in the quiet... :D

Amy

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Sarah John Afana said...

I am a surfer girl living in the country on an almond ranch with my Mr. just left of nowhere California. But~I LOVE every opportunity I get to go to the city and see anything and everything.

the southern hostess said...

I'm a city girl who needs doses of the country on a regular basis. Great giveaway!

mirabelle said...

I'm a city girl but once a weekend a month, I need to be a country girl!

Dip-tea said...

This is a gorgeous gorgeous give-away. There is no way I will pass on a give-away like this. I love Jenny's designs, they are simple, practical and the most beautiful colors!

I am country girl at heart but would not hesitate to become a city girl on weekends and paarty! I am the in between girl who upholds traditional values in high heels!

lisaroyhandbags said...

I'm definitely a country girl with a hint of city! Love the shopping and dining out but adore nature and the smell of the outdoors, the fireflies and the stars... : )

great bags!!

meeyeehere said...

I live in a small town in Mississippi so I am really a country girl because I get confused in big cites.So,country girl it is!A county girl needs cute purses and bags too!

LBB said...

What gorgeous bags!!! So talented!
I'm a little bit in between, like you. Born in a big city, grew up in the suburbs, and now living in a smaller town but I definitely enjoy parts of them all!

Katie said...

I am a little bit of both just like you! I think that i would get bored if i stayed in the country too long. But i would get stressed to stay in the city too long. So frequent trips to large cities works for me (plus i can get shopping done while i am there!)

kshuttle@uoguelph.ca

Emily said...

I'm a little bit of both. I love living in Seattle, with all the great food and restaurant options. I do enjoy a hammock in the country and a good book too!

weezie said...

Totally a country girl with the option to be a city girl if the fancy hits. Which it usually does. Things like SHOPPING, concerts, sporting events, the hotest new hip restaurants and various art exhibits are just a few things i go to the big city for. But on the other hand nothing beats smelling, breathing and taking in nature in all its glory.
Luisa
ldioguardi@gmail.com

Mer said...

i like living in the country...but close enough to visit the city if the mood fits :)

thanks for the opportunity!
meredith dot targarona at gmail dot com

Renee said...

I'm a mountain country girl (and I enjoy walking barefoot outdoors) but I love visiting the city (as long as it's not rush hour)!

Impossibly Alice said...

I am a bit in between. I love living within walking distance to most things so I don't have to drive everywhere but I love the peacefulness of being at my cottage!

kyliept said...

I'm a city girl, although I live in Brisbane which many would describe as a big country town! I do like a country escape, too.

manda said...

Definitely in between. I grew up in a city but went to school in a small town.

Amber said...

I'm definitely a city girl - I love the hustle and bustle, it really matches my frenetic personality. And I love that you can never be bored in the city! There's something fun and different and exciting to do every day. And there's always such interesting people you meet in the most bizarre places.
Thank you for the giveaway :)
hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

Anja said...

I'm a city girl; I have only lived in big cities. Though, I enjoy getting out into the country when I do get to.

anja.lju at gmail dot com

k. davis said...

I'm a fence sitter... totally an in between girl! I like to be close to both. But here's the thing, I typically NEED to be by the water.

Joanna said...

I'm a bit of both. Let's just say I live in the city, but when I dream of my perfect home, it's closer to an open field where I can wander for hours and run into nothing. :)

jmeyer814@yahoo.com

alyssa said...

I am smack dab in the middle! I grew up in the country and I love the slow, relaxed feel, but I also love being surrounded by people and always have something going on.

Cadie said...

I think I'm in the middle. I love living near a big city (NYC!) and being able to take the bus or train in for the day but at the same time I love living in a place that has so much natural beauty even if it's more suburban than country. I've always loved fall and being able to see the leaves change color which isn't really something you get from the city.

cadiec@gmail.com

TopHat said...

I'm a little bit in between. I love being walking distance to everything, but I would love a yard with a nice garden!

hrfarley at gmail dot com

Julia said...

I'm inbetween too, I like a lot of space and green areas, but the best shopping is in town. I'd like a small town just outside a larger city, so I can have the big garden and nature walks, while still being able to find anything I need.

sugareaterATgmailDOTcom

Maki said...

Just like you, I'm totally in between kida girl. I love both the country and city lifestyle...

xo

Candy said...

In between. I grew up in the suburbs, lived in several large cities, and even lived in the countryside in Japan.

Wehaf said...

I am very much a city girl but I am a not-too-big city girl. Nothing over 3 or 4 million people for me, please! And I love to escape somewhere lovely and green for a good hike every once in a while.

urchiken at gmail dot com

Justine M. said...

Inbetweeny, I live in a town that is 17k, grew up mostly in a town of 30k. But in the summers I spent them with my dad in a town of 1k in the middle of a bunch of corn fields lol. I can't stand big city life it scares me and confuses me, I like the calmness of the "town" life, but can't stand the life of small small towns lol

j.mcdilda at gmail dot com

BUSSOLA said...

well...I think I am both...and not only! :)
marisa

http://www.bussolacreazioni.blogspot.com/

(bussolacreazioni@gmail.com)

Chani said...

I've grown up in the Swiss countryside and I haven't realized until I've moved to Paris that in fact I'm a country girl at heart! Living in the city is handy though!

blancetcaramel@gmail.com

mruna said...

I guess i'm in between! I can't live without city life comforts but when out in the country i don't feel like going back to the city!!!!

mrunamistry at gmail dot com

Sarah Robin said...

I am a city girl, I need to live in a city, but I have a country girl soul, I love mountains, and when I can, I go out with my dog

:D

sarahrl at hotmail dot com

Carissa said...

I'm pretty sure I fall under the category of city girl... I enjoy my cosmopolitan creature comforts a bit too much. I'm not very good at "roughing it." and though I don't live in a huge metropolis now, I hope to one day move to NYC. all that being said, I do still like spending time in the great outdoors and taking in nature... I was a girl scout after all! ... but I don't think I could go country for long!

by the way, that baby ruche bag is gorg!

alittleladyand3men said...

I do believe that I am a bit of both. I love a good bustling crowd, but wouldn't frown upon a nice day outside in a hammock with a good book.

lianne-nichols at hotmail dot com

nitzan said...

wow...i love those bags...

i am a country girl, i grew in a small country in a small villge..and i love hanging with all the chick and cows..:)


nitzan.sc at gmail dot com

Meghan said...

I am most definitely a city girl. I always thought I was the opposite until I moved to Chicago - and now I never want to leave:)

perfectcompilationtape@gmail.com

Ashley said...

I am a country girl. I tried being a city girl for awhile and I moved straight back to the country! I don't like the traffic or the noise of the city. I like a place where everyone knows your name :)

demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

Kate Kiefer said...

i'm a country girl turned city girl who's slowly turning into a country girl again!

Barbara said...

Well Dionne, I was raised a country girl, but like you, really love having a big city nearby. So I guess you could classify me as "in between". Not only do I love the shopping but love having a big airport close so I can have direct flights everywhere!

Keira Lennox said...

I fall somewhere in the middle. I live in a smallish town, but I'm right between two major metropolitan cities, so I can drive in and get my fix of all the great things city life has to offer, then drive home to the easy, breezy laid back life.

I LOVE Jenny N. handbags :)

Emily said...

I appreciate time in the country, but I'd rather live in a city. There's always something to do in the city, but the country is great for taking a break and getting away from it all.
e.estt[at]yahoo[dot]com

Nicole said...

I'm a little bit of both. I like being close to everything, but I don't like all the congestion of the city. I love to shop though, so I can't be too far away from the stores! I would classify myself as a "suburban girl."

nbalogh522 at gmail dot com

Kate said...

HI! I love Jenny's bags! I'm a city girl, but country organic girl at heart, always!

Sherry said...

I am city girl :D, yeah living in city and I loves bag!

I blogged http://namesherry.com/2010/06/city-girl-giveaway.html

sherrygo at hotmail dot com

Catherine said...

I am a beach girl.

Wait...is that not a choice? ;)

I'm probably 50/50. I like time to myself and peaceful surroundings {country}, but I get bored easily and like to be entertained {city}.

Rachel said...

a little bit in between. like to get away from it all but not be so far away that I can't run to the store

Adina said...

I love the big cities - I'd like to live or stay at least for a few months in New York or Beijing. When I'll be old I dream to have a nice cottage in the French countryside though! It's also tempting for me to buy a house in the countryside in a beautiful, but less touristical country (I'm thinking Sri Lanka).

Katy~The Country Blossom said...

OH! I would love to win!!! :) I am definitely 100% country girl. I think it can be exciting to *visit* the city for a day....but the country is where I love to be! :)


thecountryblossom AT hotmail DOT com

Nicole said...

I am definitely an in-betweener. I love the peace, quiet, and natural smells of the country, but I have to have the conveniences of the city, preferably within walking distance.

Caroline said...

In between. I love my adopted home of Boston (quick bike ride to shopping, fabulous foods, dancing!), but I'll take every opportunity to visit the lakes I grew up near (the quiet calm of a hammock and the fun of wind in your face on a boat). So many options :)

Cabootique said...

I'm inbetween but I lean way more towards city. I like being very close to the city...art, culture, music, etc. But I do like being able to escape every once in awhile.

carethediva[at]hotmail[dot]com

Sarah M. said...

i live in the country, feel like a city girl at heart, but I know I am in between

sarahbobloblaw at mail dot com

Emily said...

So pretty! I'm a little of both, like you. Maybe I'm a city girl who needs room for a garden. I lived in New York for a year and it was too big, but the city I grew up in was certainly too little. Now I live in Portland and it seems to be just right.

Amanda said...

Haha definitely a little bit of both! I lived in Idaho and Iowa for a long time but ended up going to school in Rhode Island and now I live in Boston. I'm still torn on whether our next living destination should be a ranch in Montana or an apartment in NYC!

Jingle said...

I am a city girl who has spent altogether too much time stuck in the sticks! We plan to finally move back into the city soon, though! YAY!!! These bags are gorgeous! jinglesells at gmail dot com

va said...

I am in between being a city or country girl ! I like to visit the country whenever i get a chance and love the feeling of being a nature and the city I like it because everything is there to shop for as in groceries and going out .

tumblemumbo at gmail dot com

AmandaSue said...

I'm 99% CITY! but stuck in the country right now :( I'm looking to escape soon though! I miss walking places, and the atmosphere of everything being busy!

unforgetable_dreamer_always(at)hotmail.com

Sharon said...

I'm a full-on city girl - I love being able to live car-free and have so many cultures (and their food!) within walking distance. The rent may be high, but I wouldn't change it ever.

Susan C. said...

I have to admit, I'm a city girl. I love to visit the country, but I know I couldn't live there full time. :)

Alicia said...

oh my goodness, I would love love love to win this one.

I'm a bit inbetween. I'm a country girl at heart, born and raised there, but now that I have lived in the city (smaller city) for a bit I'm happy with a middle ground.

Grace Wong said...

I'm a little bit of both. I live in the quieter side of New York City, but I go to school in Manhatten! I guess I could say I'm a city girl living a country life! :)

shou.milk@gmail.com

secret cake said...

I'm an in-between-er : )

Live close-in to the city (Seattle) but feel most content digging in the dirt (in the raised garden beds in the backyard), baking pies and having picnics on the lake.

Gorgeous stuff-- would love to be the lucky winner of the gift certificate! : )

secretcake (at) yahoo (dot) com

Leigh said...

city girl who wants to vacation in the country! :)

leighDOTonedayatatimeATgmailDOTcom

Ashley Yazzie said...

Definitely city. It's hard to wear heels in the country! That being said, I love visiting the country and feeling no pressure to "look pretty." NO one cares what you're wearing,and I can relax and enjoy a slower pace of life.

Ash

Courtney Barr - The Southern Princess said...

I have often found myself laying in a field of clover surrounded by pecan trees, wild roses and the sweet scent of what makes Alabama so magical. In those moments I can close my eyes and remember a childhood that I relish with every memory.

Then there are the moments where I stand on a street corner, hear the sounds of cell phones, the chatter of friends & coworkers, the padding of feet on hard hot concrete, the horns, the screeches the sounds of a city. Their melody just as soothing, just as relaxing even in their chaos as the bumble bee flitting from flower to flower...I am both: the innocent, sweet country girl of my youth and the worldly career woman of today. In both worlds I find solace.

Visit My Kingdom Anytime

clsbarr(at)yahoo(dot)com

Love this giveaway!

Kristen said...

I'm in between. I prefer to live in the country NEAR the city so I can go alot!

couponboss at gmail dot com

Cindy said...

City for sure! I told my husband that no matter where we live it better be close to a mall.

very married said...

ms(dot)verymarried(at)gmail(dot)com

I'm a little in between. I love living in the city but i just gotta get out from time to time!

a whole lotta love said...

I just awarded you The Beautiful Blogger Award! I'm not sure if you have already received this.. but you are such a beautiful blogger and one of the first blogs I started reading so I had to give it to you :)

TheSharpTeethOfLove said...

half_blue_sky@yahoo.com

Country girl with a tinnnny bit of city thrown in.

Stephanie said...

I am more a city girl than a country girl. I very much enjoy the beauty of nature but do not like the feeling of being out in the middle of nowhere!

Stephanie
GloucesterStreet[at]gmail[dot]com

JJ said...

I would have to say CITY! Love the feel of running/jogging through the city streets, charting new routes through neighborhoods. Exploring new stores and being able to find great food at 2:00am! No wonder I have to run!!!

RogueMagnolia said...

I'm definitely an inbetween! I grew up in the country - which I adore. The peace, the wide open spaces, nature - it's very relaxing.

However, I love the diversity, energy, variety, culture and SHOPPING of the city...

So in a perfect world, I would probably live in a city with a country getaway. Or try to find a little bit of country inside a city. : D

Melissa said...

I'm definitely somewhere in between! I grew up as a country girl, but have lived in a city for six years now. omydarlingblog(at)gmail(dot)com

STYLEEZTA said...

I'm a TOTAL city girl!! first time I ever went to a farm was a year ago...and I'm over 30 already!! HAHA :D

luckyfinds said...

I’m proud to be a City Girl! I need to live in the lively big city, where life is deadline-driven. I prefer the busy, urban life over the laid back beauty of the quieter, country side.

Just like the modern urban gals who pursue their professional careers, I love to dress in suits, be made-up and polished each day. And I love shopping most of all!
emiliana.sison AT gmail.com

Ms. Chyme said...

How i love the yellow car... so cute!

Zeahnna said...

Im a country girl and i love it. i like quiet place.

oksana said...

Hi! I am a city girl, I love live in a big city where is a lot of cinemas, theatres, where is noisy life ;-)!

Thank you for the great giveaway!

ksyshenka(at)yahoo(dot)com

Christina Moreno- floresdelsol said...

growing up in the country i always thought i was a city girl. now that i live 15 miles from NYC, i think i truly am a country girl :)

Deidre said...

I am definitely in between. I grew up in the country and learned to appreciate the wide-open space, woods and waterfalls. But after college I moved to the city and I still love the hustle and bustle of it every single day. If I could have the best of both worlds I would.

Thanks for the opportunity. What a great giveaway.

SewSweetStitches said...

I love the country, but I don't think I could live more than 10 miles from a real grocery store!

Melissa
sewsweetstitches_on_etsy at yahoo dot com

fisiwoman said...

I'm absolutelly a city girl!



Ana Belén R.M
fisiwoman at hotmail dot com
Spain

oh, hello friend. said...

what an AWESOME giveaway!! :) love all her bags!

i am definitely a COUNTRY girl! i mean, i like the city and realistically i'd probably be lost without it, but we just got back from missouri and i loved it there. it was so peaceful, life seemed to move a little bit slower than it does here. xo.

Amy B. said...

A little in between! My mood changes daily.

Sandra said...

Farm girl, raising sheep and horses, but I'd turn city for that green bag -smile-. That g.r.a.b.s. me!

Kimmy said...

I'm an in-betweenie girl. Guess i'd call it a town girl :D
thanks for hosting this giveaway.
kimberly. mace at gmail dot com

Kate said...

i'm definitely a small town girl. i've had the opportunity to live in the city and while i loved it, i missed home. now i try to take what i loved about the city and find it in everyday life. moments that take your breath away!

TheFancyLamb said...

I think I'm a bit in between too! I dream of living on a farm but I think I would miss the convenience of city life if I ever did. Hard to know what kind of gal you are unless you've gotten to experience both!

Rachel said...

I'm definitely a city girl. Thanks for the giveaway!

Rachelhwallen@gmail.com

Amanda said...

I'm definitely a country girl - otherwise I wouldn't be living on a farm in the middle of Amish country!! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

Heather Taylor said...

These bags are exquisite! I am very much a city girl. Nothing makes me happier than hearing the sound of traffic on the streets or the sight of the skyscrapers in the skies.

Curtney said...

City Girl it is!
I can't imagine myself spending a week in a farm town! Though the country offers someplace quieter and less stressful, I think I'll go crazy living in suburban places!

curtneysison@gmail.com

Saša said...

I am a city girl but every once in a while I really enjoy being a country girl too. country life helps tp relieve stress i believe :)

oh, and I have to add that these bags are gorgeous!
i'm keeping my fingers crossed :)

Ang said...

I was born a country girl, but always believed I was a city girl at heart. Now I live in a city (Austin) that feels more like the country - the best of both worlds!

These bags are gorgeous - thanks for the giveaway!

ang
ang_vaughan at yahoo dot com

Nicole Marie said...

these bags are beautiful!!! i'm definitely a city girl! but i like to escape for a few days. its funny being able to hear birds chirp and silence when you leave the city.

Kasie said...

I'm a little bit of both. I would rather live in the country with lots of space and animals!

Breanne said...

I'm definitely a city girl! I've lived in the same house, in the country, in a town with 350 people my whole life. With lots and lots of animals too!

Annie said...

I'm definitely a little bit of both! Being from texas there's always a little bit of country in everyone, but I'm from the city. Great giveaway!

Linda Kish said...

I guess I am a little bit of both. I have always lived in the suburbs. I like the arts of the city but I like the quiet and space of the country.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Egle said...

I am a country girl living in the city.

egle(dot)mane(at)gmail(dot)com

Heather said...

I am definitely a little of each - I like the fun of the city but the solace of the country.
jsawndrn at gmail

Jenny Bolech said...

I'm kind of in between - I don't like a huge city - too stressful! But I like having the convenience of a bigger city!

jenny.maurer84 at gmail dot com

Lily said...

I am pretty in between. I do love visiting the city though!

PurrPrints said...

In between - i love the food options of bigger cities, but the quiet beauty of the country...

Flowerleaf said...

I would say i am a little bit of both.

When I visited Manhattan I was just so taken by all the high rise buildings and loved going in a bunch of the shops...there's a totally different type of atmosphere in cities like Manhattan and San Francisco - where I heard an opera singer singing outside, but she could be heard several blocks away.

I love the beauty and solitude of the country and that's where I would choose to live. Nature is one of my favorite things.

(I have had my eye on this shop for quite some time, by the way. Glad I hit the giveaway just in time! ;-)

Kristen said...

City girl all the way!

Olivia said...

I am mainly a city girl, loving all the opportunites you have in the city, but I am in love with the peace of the country when I got to visit my family in the Iowa farm area.

illana said...

Can I be a little bit country and a little bit Rock 'n Roll;)-? Cowboy boots and leather pants all the way!!!

The Hardesty's said...

I am definitely both! I love the quiet of the country, but the shopping of the city!! ;)

kiddo said...

I'm in between. I live in the country and like the quiet, but like the convenience of the city.

kiddomsg at gmail dot com

Carmilla said...

definitely a city girl!

erica(dot)terranova(at)gmail(dot)com

Lindsay said...

Hi Dionne!
I just found your blog through the guest post you wrote on Hannah's blog (which was really beautiful). I'm glad I came to visit you. Your blog is so pretty, and I would love to be entered in the drawing! To answer your question, I'd say I'm a city girl. :)

Hope you're having a lovely 4th of July weekend!!

~ Blessings,
Lindsay <3

Erica said...

Did I make it? I am a country girl that enjoys a good day trip in the city! But at the end of the day I am ready to head back home.

Tigerlily said...

Country girl in the city for the time being - but seeing as the city is Paris, it does grow on me.

Thr green briefcase is stunning - well done!

Liga said...

I'm more country girl than city girl. Because great part of my good mood is inspired by nature - rain, fog, trees and meadows, birds and stars. And to be sane I need a lot of time in quiet - it wouldn't be possible in city. But of course it feels wonderful now and then go and have fun in city! :)


filigreecreations at gmail dot com

Erin said...

I'm a wanna-be country girl... definitely country at heart, just not quite IN the country just yet :) Working towards it! Haha :)

Dionne said...

Thanks for your comments, this giveaway is now closed.

Courtney Rian Designs said...

I'm a tweener! Raised in the country and now living in downtown Seattle. I love everything about both...and was lucky enough to visit a very remote lake last week, sleeping under the stars, getting away from the lights and hubub of the city! Jenny's bags remind me of one of my favorite stores in Seattle, called Endless Knot, her stuff would go beautifully with the stuff in there!

sam stevenson said...

Can I be a small town girl? Or a country girl who lives close to the city? Best of both worlds? I was raised in the country, but always dreamed of living in a big city... I love to have the quiet of the country and the space and the animals... but I love the excitement of the city and the convenience of stores nearby.. I love big sky scrapers and little corner cafes and art galleries... so, yeah.. I dunno... I need to get rich so I can have a flat in the city and a cottage in the country!

Thank you for offering this giveaway!!!

susie king said...

I'm a little bit in-between like you are. I love both.