Between storms this morning, I wanted to breathe some fresh air so stepped outside to walk the property, breathe deeply and look for signs of spring. I say "walk the property" as if I am living on hundreds of acres, and like Desparado have to "ride the fences!"
Back in the studio, I wanted to wear something that says "early spring" and offers a sign of hope. So, I immediately went to the beautiful Kazuri piece shown here. The spearmint green of the Kazuri bead looks so peaceful mixed with the prehnite and freshwater pearls. It's just a peaceful bracelet -- and I love the fact that it carries the energy of the women in Kenya who make the stunning Kazuri beads. It's really a lovely thing all around.