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Thursday, August 1, 2019

Thirty One Thursday

While working at Hope for the Hungry in Chatsworth, I met a nice young lady named Kelli. As we were chatting I found out that she is a Thirty One representative. Thirty One is a Christian based business that sells all manner of Bags. The Thirty One name references Proverbs 31's virtuous woman. You ladies know that I never met a bag that I did not like so I asked if I could join her Facebook group.

Recently she held an online party and I purchased two bags. They arrived on Tuesday.

The bags come in a sturdy box.


Everything is packaged nicely to avoid damage to the bags. I also received a nice catalog. This large utility tote is perfect for an Aldi's Run. A great store but you have to provide your own bags.


I had to get this one!! It is perfect for toting things to and from Georgia. We always take at least three of these with us when we go for a weekend at Grimmwood. I carry groceries in them, extra linens, and when they are empty they are great for bringing home any laundry I did not have a chance to do while at our little house.  And yes here it is August 1st. Before long you will be needing some tote bags for the holidays.


Yes, it is a theme....Grimmwood at Foothills Farm!! I love this barn bag.

I also got a portable picnic bag that is insulated. It is perfect for taking on trips or a day at the beach.


It also comes with a shoulder strap so it is easy to carry to the beach when you have your beach bag loaded. This will be going with us to Gulf Shores in September.

Thirty One also gives back Since 2012, they have donated 100 million dollars to charitable organizations. They also support Ronald McDonald houses by providing gift nights and welcome bags. I rounded up on this order...only to the next dollar amount but if every Thirty One customer gave just that small amount, it would make a difference.

You can find Kelli here at her Thrity One website if you are interested in purchasing these quality bags. I have been buying from this company for years and NONE of my bags has worn out. That is quite a feat in this day and age.

9 comments:

Sandy said...

I chuckled at this post. Yep, you have done it now. You will order more. There was a girl who sold them at one of the schools I was at for the science job. I loved those wired ones. I actually got a navy one with War Eagle in orange, but when she tried it the second time it wouldn't go through so I had to settle for an orange name on it. Of course, they may have rights now on that. Those are so handy for toting things back and forth to Auburn. They can be a bit addictive and you know I love bags too.

Robin in Virginia said...

Great looking bags you picked up through Thirty One! Thank you for providing the link to her site. We could probably form a "bag lady" group!

Visits With Mary said...

I love 31 too and also have a couple of their bags. They are so useful for so many different things, hope you enjoy them.

Anonymous said...

Hello stranger!! I am back from my writing sabbatical and starting anew. I've missed you and your family posts. I hope to catch up one day. xo

PS I've never heard of this company before. Those big grocery bags look perfect!

Kelli Hogg said...

How sweet of you! I am so glad you love your bags! The barn print will actually be gone after this month.

Anonymous said...

PS I'm your newest follower~. (don't need to post this comment)

Terri D said...

I love 31 bags and have several. They are so well made! I love the ones you chose - perfect for Grimmwood!

Mari said...

I love 31 bags - they are such good quality and love what's in their name and story too. You got some good ones!

Mary said...

I have had a few 31 bags and they are very well made. I had one like your bag for shopping and it had a plastic cover which was very handy. I kept in the the back of my car to take to the supermarket. My husband was returning a used auto battery and he put it in the bag!!! Bag destroyed...I was not happy!!