OK, I will admit, I am not a fan of guessing games. But I will be willing to wait until tomorrow to find out what it is.Jen
You have your coins tied in there.
I guess a fragrant herb!
I'll bet it's a hair-scrunchy with tails. I made tons of those for my daughters in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
I have not a clue... LOL But, the hankie is pretty...
I was going with "hankie," but it appears that the answer lies deeper than that.
I think you either have coins for Sunday School offering.....or you lost a tooth and put it in your hankie for the Tooth Fairy!
Is it a knotted hankie to remind you of something? We used to tie knots in our hankies to remember things! Jeannette xx
I would guess your mother probably tied your sunday school offering in your hanky.
A little hair scarf?
Your Easter hankerchief?
Obviously it's not the obvious. ;) And since I totally suck at guessing, I'll wait til you tell us!
Um, those bells that were put on your shoelaces to keep them tied?
"Drop the Hankie"."Sometime accompanied with A Tisket A Tasket A Green and Yellow Basket, wrote a letter to my love, and on the way I lost it, lost it."
Quote marks inappropriately placed. Not in front of Sometime, in front of A Tisket.The chant was often needed for those girls who would walk around the circle for ever! Trying to decide who they liked the best. Used much in the same was as the Jeopardy jingle these days, as a timer.
it's a handkerchief, and you wrapped your milk money in it.
When I was a little girl my mother put my offering for Sunday School in a hanky like that and she tied it shut.
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