and it isn't what i thought i wanted or what i expected to find - it's better.
So many times in life, we are guided towards a path that we didn't envision, didn't expect. but if we're open to listening and brave enough to following a feeling, it can become so much more that we ever, ever could have imagined. like another fantastically wonderful decision from my childhood, our adoption of the most amazing miss Molly, this ring choose us as Molly chose us. i won't ever be able to adequately describe how honored i feel to have been chosen by the path that this ring symbolizes and how thrilled i am to see what is around the bend.
circa 1925 - 1930
deep blue sapphire
i'm hoping to come up with some 'on the hand' shoots that i like soon!
bringing this back but on thursdays now - thursdays are such comfortable days...
there a so so many things
that make my heart beat faster and my spirit serge up and quite frankly,
i want to share them more! so i'm making thursdays 'being happy' days
and i'll share something that makes me terribly happy. anyone else want
spring in dancing through these parts the last couple days but we'll see if she's ready to stay. in any case, the weekend included a great turn around the brocante, lots of wall painting, and something really lovely but i'm going to keep that a surprise until next monday!
word to the wise: Meaghan Smith should defiantly be the sweet, sweet soundtrack to your week - you can thank me later!
here's some of the new lovelies in the shop:
vintage enamel bowl
perfectly aged french sheet music
family name tags
this drawing is one of many stunning pieces done by my friend Jeffery Ellse.
he is part of a group show focusing on the art of drawing having it's opening tomorrow, March 17th (17th?!) at the New Hampshire Institute of Art. go! see! be inspired! soak up the art! for me?