Taking the past two weeks off has definitely not been a vacation. I've launched a website and have been doing warranty work, and I've had meetings. I've had consultations, and launched my Local Lunch & Learns. Yesterday I sat for a few hours and did SEO maintenance on my own site.
And while I was trying to produce a business post for this week, I found myself completely unable to focus. Lot's of ideas, but no meat on the bones.
So, I decided to take a minute and just take a vacation.
Instead of blogging yesterday, we took Lily to the park and taught her to ride her bike without training wheels. We laughed, and she rode, and Jane freaked out on a pile of leaves.
So, I decided to make today's post equally as light, and chat about my jewelry.
My wrist-wear is pretty much a daily staple, and it's constantly evolving. It has been for years. It started with friendship bracelets as a kid. I always had a ton. Friends and I would sit and make them together, or buy those little stretchy beady ones, and I always kept a "collage" of sorts on me at all times. A scrapbook of people and memories on my wrist.
Then, as I got older, the pieces changed. But the idea is still basically the same.
Recently my wearable memories are of travel and loved ones. A recent shopping trip with my friend La. My trip to Paris last year. A piece I made for myself a few years ago. Some reclaimed leather. And a souvenir David brought me from Costa Rica.
So, I'll just continue to wear my memories, adding to as I go along.