Something New for your Fall Wardrobe

geode
Copper jewelry is great all year round, but especially in the Fall. It is warm, comforting and casual. It reminds you of sitting by the fire with a cup of hot chocolate. It goes really well with your Friday casuals and your Saturday jeans. Whether you are at work, shopping, or you are a soccer mom, copper jewelry will always look good. This pendant is especially appropriate because it is a natural stone, a geode. It is wire wrapped with a special copper enameled wire that has a nylon coating; it does not require polishing.

With the current style of mixing metals, you can choose to wear your pendant on a silver or gold chain or even an omega necklace up to 3/4″ wide. A black suede cord would also be nice for the Fall.

The copper wire is a very complimentary to the blue-greens in the geode.
The pendant is about 2″ wide and 3 1/2″ long. It is not heavy and will hang nicely from your chain and maintain a balance so it will never look askew on your neck. It is only $25.00 and will come to you in a gift wrapped box via USPS priority mail. Most of my jewelry is unique, and I only have one of these blue-green geode pendants. If you have any questions, please let me know. Thank you.

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Blackberry Season on the Skyline Drive in Virginia

Blackberry Season on the Skyline Drive in VirginiaEnjoying Blackberry Cobbler & Blackberry Ice Cream
A great time was had by all of us as we went to Skyland on the Skyline Drive in Virginia for our annual Blackberry Cobbler Dessert. Lunch at Skyland was as always very good, and the cooler weather at that altitude was very refreshing. Unfortunatley, the new chef at Skyland chose not to have blackberry cobbler on the lunch dessert menu. However, our very helpful waitress told us that the Big Meadows Lodge had it on their dessert menu. So after lunch we drove the 9 miles to Big Meadows and had the wonderful Blackberry Cobbler with Blackberry Ice Cream. Did I mention that we only do this once a year! It was great fun, and we will do it again next year, probably at Big Meadows Lodge because its closer to home.