What’s in Your Bag? (July 27)

What’s in your bag today?  

Anyone can play along with “What’s in your bag?”; here’s what you do:

1.  Grab your bag AND your current read.  If you are using an eReader, phone, or computer that goes with you in your bag, make sure to include it and tell us!
2.  Take a picture (or pictures) of the contents, including your current read.  It can be a picture where you just dump everything out of the bag and snap a pic, or you can neatly arrange everything.  Your choice!  For some ideas on pictures check out the What’s in your bag? Flickr group.
Tell us what you are carrying in your bag in your post. You can label the picture or just describe it.
Tell us a little about your current read…title, author, how much you’ve read, a short review so far, some quotes, etc.
POST A COMMENT with either the link to your own “What’s in Your Bag?” post, or share a link to the bag’s picture (if you don’t have a blog).

You can see I was only taking the minimal stuff with me today.  I had to go to work to clean up my classroom, and I wanted to work on my syllabus, etc. so I needed my computer.  So, I carried my Roots Small School Bag. In the bag I carried my 13″ MacBook Pro in its Incase sleeve, the charger for my MBP, some GermX, my Vera Bradley pencil case with pens, keys with my hand painted U of Florida keychain with my initial (Go Gators!), my Moleskine planner, some receipts from Starbucks & a local pizza parlor, my iPhone 4 & iPod, and some paperwork for school.  Instead of carrying my big Coach wallet, I decided to carry my 31 Gifts i.d. holder.  Worked great!  
I’m going to bet that you think something is missing from this picture…something like my current book I’m reading, right?  Nope, it’s there!  Since my bag was a bit crammed today, I have Emma, which is what I’m currently reading, loaded on iBooks on my iPhone.  I don’t normally like to read on my phone, but I knew I’d kick myself if I got the chance but didn’t have my book with me, so this was the solution.  I’m about half way through with Emma, and I just can’t seem to get into it like I normally do with Austen.  I’m going to keep trying, though!
So, what’s in your bag today?