So over my travels I have started to accumulate quite a collection of jewelry from all over Great Britain.
Some people have request pictures of the different pieces so here it is...
The first item is my necklace...
I got the chair and thin cross from St. Paul's Cathedral. I love cross necklaces and think they are so simple and classic. I added the Canterbury cross when I went there... I like the look of a couple different charms on one chain. Canterbury is the oldest church in England. St Paul's is the prettiest. I may add another charm when I go to Norte Dame in Paris.
It's nice to have something small and simple to wear underneath all my scarfs... it feels weird if I don't wear a necklace at all.
The next jewelry items are my rings.
The Celtic design one is from Loch Ness in Scotland. It is so pretty and I just LOVE it. It reminds me of the Highlands.
The other ring is from Shakespeare's Globe theater. This one, I actually didn't buy, but was a gift. As you have read, I hung out with my friend Matt and old chorus teach Julie Hackmann in London this weekend. I mentioned the ring and how I was anxious to go back and get it. We tuesday I got a text from Matt asking for my address and telling me not to visit the Shakespeare's Globe theater again until I got what they were mailing to me... well of course it was the RING!!! I was so excited. I got it today! It's just a simple band and written around it is an Old French saying "pences pour'moye dv" which translates to "think of me, God willing." It was a replica of a ring found at the excavation sight for the Rose Theater. It is stunning and fits the ring finger on my right hand perfectly. I cannot believe they got it for me!!
Today is laundry day and grocery shopping day and since I am starting to get a headache and feeling a little run down, I may finish the day with a movie and bed instead of going to cell group tonight. I don't want to get sick.