30 October 2014

"She turned up the collar of the red anorak she had taken from the generous supply that hung on pegs outside her grandparents’ kitchen door. It was her favorite because it fitted her well and was warm and comfortable, and she liked it because the pockets were full of all kinds of things: a small but very bright flashlight; a pair of scissors; a notepad in a leather binder, with a purple felt pen; an assortment of paper clips, safety pins, rubber bands; a pair of dark glasses; a dog biscuit (for what dog?)."

--  from An Acceptable Time by Madeleine L'Engle

I love pockets (because I love collecting things). Women's clothes don't often have deep enough ones...if they have them at all.

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