High-Brow

high·brow
/ˈhīˌbrou/
adjective
adjective: high-brow
  1. scholarly or rarefied in taste.
    “innovatory art had a small, mostly highbrow following”

Photo: dievca Hudson Yards Whole Foods magazine rack 02/2021

dievca had no idea that her local grocery store is so high-brow.
she’s not sure how she feels about it, either~


A Wal-Mart Gem (something of use)

dievca took herself out of her Mother’s house to avoid — well, let’s just say she had to kill three hours.  Masked and gloved she got gas, ran to CVS (pharmacy), and wandered Wal-Mart.

Her sister-in-law is disdainful about purchasing anything from Wal-Mart, but dievca rolls with it.  she was able to get some lovely “grateful” cards to use as “Thank You” notes for people who acknowledged her Dad’s passing. Much sweeter and happier than the regular notes.

she was also able to get something stylish, eco-friendly, inexpensive, and of use.

The cotton tote is simple, roomy, 100% cotton, made in California, and other shopping bags offered are made from recycled bottles (PET). All the styles can be found on Amazon: