Okay, well, this sounds extremely silly, materialistic, and just laughable. Last night I had a sobbing fit over selling the Chanel grey 2.55 reissue. I love it so much! But I don't deserve to own it until I make money for myself. It's better to sell it, and use the money that was for that bag go to, say, school loans, rent, or even a small vacation for my parents. So I'm selling it (choking back a sob). Plus, having that has made me neglect my other handbags, like the classic medium. Starting in May, I'm going to work full time, earn money, and have the cash so that I will buy the bag of my dreams. Which opens the opportunities for a wide selection-- this is going to be big to me. Should I go back to the reissue (in bordeaux maybe?), or go for the wonderfully classy cerf tote? Shall I deviate from Chanel and venture to Hermes? Hate myself for the materialism, but this ultimate purchase, to be done months, if not years, from now will be something earned and appreciated and loved. I can hear readers scoffing at me. Or screaming at me to keep it. Sigh. Goodbye, reissue. Hello to financial independence. So which purse should I get later?