What do you get a woman who is 80 years old? How about 80 pearls for 80 years? I imagine that most women pretty much have it all by the time they reach 80 years old. They have a loving family, a lifetime of memories and they are truly enjoying the wisdom of their years. […]
Many thanks to Carol Joy for sharing her pearl story! “I suppose pearls always seemed a bit prissy and stuffy; perhaps I can create a bit of an image change and make them equally apropos for church and for rock ‘n’ roll! The photo shows me on the left, wearing my mother-in-law’s pearls, and my […]
A few months ago I got a call from a woman whose parents were about to celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary and her Dad wanted to create something special for his bride! All he knew is that he wanted big pearls! Which makes perfect sense to me, after 55 years together, right!? So, after lots […]
Happy 90th birthday Barbara Bush! I am loving Barbara Bush’s Secret … Pearls! As if we didn’t know, right? Granddaughter Jenna Bush Hager interviewed Barbara in honor of her birthday today and asked her about her two most noticeable assets… pearls and white hair.
Have you ever heard of pearls before 5 PM?! What about white shoes after Labor Day?
I just received the following wonderful question! Since I am due to write today’s blog post, I thought this info would be important to lots of y’all too. So, here we go: “My dad is wanting to buy my mom a set of pearls for their 55th wedding anniversary. I have been looking at your […]
” I do not like my pearls,” Barbara told us when she came into our office. She pulled a gray velour jewelry box out of her bag and opened it to the most exquisite 20 strand necklace of tiny Biwa pearls. They were in great condition, absolutely beautiful with their gorgeously unique shape and amazing […]
What an awesome time I had learning about pearls in Uruguay. It all started with a request to teach a local Girl Scout Troop about pearls. These local middle school girls have been learning about women in business AND they have been learning about value. How do you value things? How do you increase the […]
“Say Something Sweet to Your Sweetheart,” was a tune my grandfather, Pop, and his cousin Jack used to sing together. Jack at the piano, Pop singing away and me, well, I would just dance around the living room marveling at these two men I admired so much. If you have ever heard the song, think […]
“They shrink wrapped my pearls.” Patty exclaimed. As you might imagine, I was confused! “They did what?” I asked. “Shrink-wrapped!”