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I led a meeting last November (around the last time I blogged). During the meeting I had admitted I was tired most days lately and wasn't sure why. One of the well-meaning participants, who by the way wore a wonderful turquoise denim jacket and matching shoes, looked straight at me and said, "I used to think I was tired too but then I realized I'm just lazy." Hmm... was that for me? Was I truly tired? Was I just being lazy? On my way home from the meeting I told God just how I was … [Read More...]
Each strand is one-of-a-kind and in this case--more is better! Handmade fabric beads, fair trade beads and other beads hand-picked in Manhattan's Garment District. Strung on durable stretch-cord. Fair trade Ugandan beads help women learn their craft and how to run a business. Pair these three necklaces with your little black dress for a night on the town or your favorite t-shirt and jeans for a morning at the farmer's market. Wear them separately or together multiple necklaces for an edgy … [Read More...]