She's done. As crazy as it seems, I've been thinking of doing a couple of these little-bitty-teeny-tiny out of self-striping sock yarn. So cute, right?
A whole army of Baby Bobbi Bearocity.
Z helped launch her with an uber-squish of a hug.
The garden's starting to produce. Literally ::snork::
Let me know if you're in this neck of the woods and we can have some lovely butter and radish sandwiches.
My friend Suzanna and I made a trade. I made her a beret and she made this beautiful necklace. African Aventurine. Which helped me discover my new favorite word: Aventurescence.
Munificent is still my top favorite word. What's yours?
Will be so perfect for a big family wedding taking place this September. How about with a deep red dress? I wish it didn't have those little pockets. Maybe I can remove?
Additionally, I hope to benefit from Aventurine's most excellent properties:
Folklore, Legend, Healing Properties:
Aventurine has been used as a lucky talisman and is a popular stone for gamblers.
Legends say that it is an all-purpose healer, used to reduce stress, develop confidence, imagination and improve prosperity. A legend from ancient Tibet says that aventurine was used to improve nearsightedness and to increase the wearer's creativity.
Many believe that aventurine has the capacity to calm a troubled spirit and bring about inner peace.Ahhh... I think it's working already.