What’s inside my wallet? Ask me anything but don’t ask me about what’s inside my wallet. Is there a secret on my wallet? Nope but if being penniless is a secret, that’s my secret then. Anyway don’t be upset I will show you a glimpse of what’s inside my wallet, my seasonal wallet.
That’s it! It’s a product of Natasha, forgot the name though its on the end my tongue can’t remember. I owned this since college, milk of “pagipitan” or “paluwagan” as what they called it. So what’s inside, photos of me, my husband and sister, ATM card, gym card, sim cards, two pieces of laminated sweet messages for wallet from a friend, supermarket card, calling cards from Hotels we stayed during our travels, ID’s (postal and work), two twenty pesos bill which the other one was torn, ten rupees a Sri Lankan money, five peso coin, 2 rupees coin, 5 rupee, 25 cents Philippines and a bunch of train tickets from China (lol). Yes they’re on my wallet, a souvenir from our travel since I forgot to kept a Yen, don’t know if hubby has maybe I could ask for it.
The story behind the coins from Philippines, you know I am the type of person who believed in lucky charm, so when I found a coin in the street I picked it up and kept on my wallet as lucky charm. The five peso coin I found it in a local bus from Taft Avenue to Cavite, the cents I can’t remember but for sure I found it on the street, I also have one peso coin before but I flip it on a wishing well in China. Longevity, I found that one peso coin January 1, yap New Year’s day. My mother says it is lucky because it is seldom to see a coin during New Years day on the street.
This is seasonal wallet because I am not keeping my money here anymore unless we’re traveling and I am not fun of bringing this wallet alone without a bag, most of the time I put my money on a purse or on my pocket. I hate holding something into my hand because I always forget it, so I can’t really live without carrying a bag.