I have fond memories of watching my mom getting ready for special “date-nights” with my dad. She would take a satin box from the closet shelf. This box held her “good jewelry” which was only worn on special occasions. My sisters and I would marvel at the gold and diamond baubles. Fast forward a few decades and my definition of “good jewelry” has changed. I prefer handmade jewelry that is somewhat eclectic. My hope is to use this hobby to make a difference and spread some kindness. I have chosen two charities (St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Feeding America) as the recipients of a portion of sales from my “good” jewelry.
Kindness is contagious – check out our blog where we will share stories of good deeds and random acts of kindness.