A little over a year ago a friend of mine discovered that her three year old Sofia had leukemia. The journey for her and her family has been one of tears, strength, family, optimism, and community. Sofia is one of those special little girls -- and her courage is beyond anything I've seen and encountered. This month I chose to find a way to contribute to their plight, and my target is to create awareness (as well as monetary donations) to the Team G Childhood Cancer Foundation. Here's her story about how my Initial Necklaces have graced her life...
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The gift of a new born and the journey every mother-to-be goes through is now being recognized by the world. Retailers call it a "push" present. Say what? Yes - mom's are receiving gratitude by their mates, for carrying their babies (not only verbally, but in a material way). My Diamond Initial Necklaces have risen to the occasion. Not only a thoughtful gift, but a keepsake, and a daily reminder of the blessings of a brand new, sweet smelling, angelic new born. Also are my goldfill and sterling Initial Necklaces, especially for mom's with multiple kids, as they can keep adding initials of their offspring (and a tad more affordable). Both options are a great daily wear, stylish, and special.
Ever since I was wee one I was mesmerized by diamonds. The sparkle, the facets, the bigger the better. I'd sift through my mother's jewelry box (unbeknownst to her, well she probably knew), and try on all her finery. She had a gorgeous three stone diamond ring, and a lovely bracelet with gold charms from all of her travels. It was no surprise that after years of creating a line of semi precious jewelry it was TIME to enter the world of "precious" stones. My point of view was "why wait for a rainy day? I want to wear this ring now!" and from that my Diamond Marquise ring emerged. Edgy and elegant, and an easy daily wear. I love the simplicity of the 18K yellow band with a floating marquise in 18K white gold with an gaggle of shimmery pavé diamonds. What's even more fun is the ability to layer it with my other Eternity Bands. They snuggle next to the band and create such an elegant look. My grandmother always kept her fine jewels in a safety deposit box and I often wondered, "why not just wear them and enjoy them?" What if you wore your fancy pieces and mixed them with your fashion pieces? What energy might that create in your life? One affordable way to begin is with my 14K Gold Diamond Initial Necklace: Every day in every way.