Today is “pearls” day in the #StyleMeMay Challenge.
I did wear Pearls today:
I like these pearl earrings because they’re a) unique, b) dressed down enough for day, and c) dressy enough for evening.
But the better pearl story involves these pearls:
My son got them for me on two separate trips to Sea World. At Sea World, they make a big production out of “harvesting” the pearls from an oyster the customer chooses. Clearly I feel prey to the thrill twice, at a cost of $15 or so each time, then the pearls just sat in my drawer. Whenever we have been near a Michael’s or other craft store, Wayne Kevin would beg me to buy jewelry supplies so we could turn the pearls into something wearable. I was a little too cheap and a little too clueless to actually do that.
But then “pearl day” came up and I had to take a picture of something.
Since I don’t (yet) own this incredible pearl necklace made at a Guatemala fair trade shop, and sold locally at Quarter Moon Imports:
Wife of one, Mom of two, Friend of many. My pronouns are she/her/hers.
Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud says
Darn! I never find a pearl! He's got some luck! 🙂
Healthy Heather says
I love this! Plus, a mother-son bond that makes my day. 🙂