Farewell & Hello

Farewell & Hello

With cheerful, grateful hearts, we bid farewell to the Vintage Botanical Collection. There are very few total pieces to collect and when they are gone, they're gone for good. They could sell out in a month's time, they could be gone as soon as a week. We know how beloved these designs have been for us personally and we can't wait to craft the very last of this limited edition collection just for you.
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Ruth Chou Simons wears EH

Ruth Chou Simons wears EH

I received their “Seraphim” necklace in gold --a gift I will treasure always. I speak and write a lot about worship --truly worshiping Christ in our everyday lives. The seraphim were beings with a posture of reverence and humility before a holy God, and this piece reminds me to align my heart with that kind of awe and wonder.

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Canaries in the Coalmine: Avoiding the Potential Dangers of Working From Home

Canaries in the Coalmine: Avoiding the Potential Dangers of Working From Home

 “Our children are canaries in the coal mine.” While you’ve probably heard the old adage, you may not apply it to parenting. The phrase is often said about something, or in this case, someone, whose sensitivity to adverse conditions make for a useful early indicator of potential danger. When their ‘song’ starts to wane, we should pay close attention to our day-to-day living. When our children’s behavior begins to wear on us, it’s time to lean in and determine what keeps them singing. These insights are practical ways to hold a lamp into the cavern and follow the sound of your children’s song. ...

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