So what jewellery are you wearing today?! Or what have you got your eye on?? Feed my jewellery obsession lol
I'm wearing a Lola Rose necklace and bracelet in coffee stone. I'm also wearing a LR braceiet in grain agate and a smoky quartz ring on my right hand. And my stainless steel pebble earrings. Oh how I scoffed at stainless steel jewellery when it first became popular! And how grateful I am that peeps like our Min raved about it and made me give it a try.
One of my bracelets does not have much on - just the spacers and a padlock/key charm, the other has pig, cat and owl charms, two sets of drop pearls, two sets of drop padlocks and spacers. I lost some charms when my other bracelet fell open - a dragon ( my Chinese sign) and a pig but I have not replaced them. The dragon had a habit of damaging material even more than Boris. I don't want to lose anymore. The charms on the original were all retirement gifts and thankfully I didn't lose them.
Are you loving the Raindance ring Cog? Its so beautiful.
I absolutely love it Tinks. My main reason for wanting it is that I wanted something I would wear everyday. It's low profile, bezel setting means I can wear it without worrying about it catching or getting damaged. It's the only ring that I've ever had that I've worn everyday since getting it.
Most of my round Diamonique pieces are bezel set - it's so easy to wear yet very stylish I think.
I'm wearing two-tone white and yellow gold "kiss" earrings, my ancient watch, wedding and engagement rings. Almost everything else I own is stashed away safely for the time being. I'm getting separation anxiety. -face-smiley-emoticon
Years ago we went on holiday on the broads and the then Mr Tink went in three times. Each time to save someone who had fallen overboard.
The first was an elderly man who couldn't bloody swim!! The second was a young girl who's parents just went into panic and did nothing. And the last was a poor woman who was casting off and neither hopped on board or let go of the boat so did the lean, lean a bit more and then face first in the water thing. After the third go round though I wanted to nail his arse to the boat!!
He was an exceptionally strong swimmer and a trained life saver but even so. I thought he had done his bit and I knew every launderette in Norfolk!