Through My Looking Glass
Take My Breath Away
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When I Call Your Name
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It's a Small World...view
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As time has passed, different holidays have different emotional connotations attached to them; some wistful for times passed and people and pets who are no longer with me, some warm and fresh in my mind--like making Easter dinner a few years ago for a friend and her husband who had cooked for me so many times. Other holiday memories ..Especially Independence Day: not so straightforward anymore..
Throwin' It All Away?
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What's in A Name?
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In which the question designer signed vs unsigned is discussed...
For many people, the beginning of a collection or a fascination with vintage costume jewelry begins with seeing what you like or what intrigues you, and kind of going on that. Somewhere along the line, you hear someone say that they only buy signed pieces and after you figure out that it means marked with a designer name, that sounds like a good idea. After all, if you like it and it’s a designer piece, it must be better, right? And worth more, too. Welcome to vintage costume jewelry Chutes and Ladders! Or down the rabbit hole, or the place where time stops.