Hello, my darlings!
There’s so much going on, isn’t there? The royal wedding may be over but my sister’s wedding is next month…and for me, that’s a WAY bigger deal. You should see my secret planning Pinterest boards right now. It’s epic.
Speaking of which, thank you all for the fantastic response to my jewelry group Pinterest board!! I’m thrilled by how many of you want to join. In fact, SO many of you have asked to join that Pinterest has actually put a temporary freeze on my account.
No worries, though: they’ll un-freeze me soon enough and then I can finish adding everyone and we can carry on building the most glorious Pinterest board in the history of time.
I have some great stuff coming up for you in the next week and then I’ll be jetting off to Vegas to take pictures of basically bazillions of fantastic jewels for you.
How is everyone else’s May going? Anyone else have travel coming up?
What I’m reading:
A million lists related to my various schemings related to my sister’s bachelorette party and bridal shower! Mwahahaha.
Mine to Possess by Nalini Singh. I don’t have much time to read at the moment, but I’m still reading some! Still really enjoying this series.
Thanks to the lovely and talented Karin Jacobson for naming Diamonds in the Library one of her can’t miss jewelry blogs!!
This article from Collectors Weekly about the history of protest in the US is fantastic (and not just because they cite me as a source): United States of Protest: A Citizen’s Guide to 250 Years of Resistance.
Are you going to Vegas for jewelry market week?? Come hear me speak about blogging!
You need to see Danielle Steel’s desk: I know that sounds boring, but trust me, it’s cool.
Do you know why pearls are so much more affordable than they used to be? Smithsonian magazine has the answer.
The Tragic Life of Clippy, the World’s Most Hated Virtual Assistant.
The most gorgeous jewel looks of Cannes 2018.
Rachel Bloom built a ball pit in her basement, as if she wasn’t already perfect best friend material.
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