'There is this atmosphere of sacredness about your blog. Like entering a monastery from a busy sun-lit street' ~ Altijd-Lente
Famous neclace (but why it called bluestone? I've never seen such stone before - )Have a great quiet summertime :-)(I haven't a good time now, with health and eyes and existence, but I do not show this in my blogs...)
The raw rock goes a bluey colour when wet, I understand...It's a powerful ancient stone found in the inner circle of Stonehenge :)
Nice! Happy WW!
What a special lovely stone. I love that necklace
Very pretty. :-)
Lovely! I would love to see the blue.
Looks very spiritual, like it should have a deeper meaning.
Beautiful and a very important message there too.Thank you for visiting my WW post! My photos were from Prague. There will be lots more photos of the beautiful city over the next weeks.
A lovely stone and a lovely word to remember.Have a nice day ~ FlowerLady
I like the shape of the stone. It would be super cool to see it wet. Maybe next time? Happy #WW! Have a fototastic week. :-)
It is a beautiful necklace! Thank you for visiting my blog. Have a nice day!
It's the word that intrigues me because I can't quite make it out.
It says 'listen', Colleen - thanks for asking :-) I asked the jeweller who made it to oxidize the silver - I like the fact it's not easy to read, as it's a hard practice to listen to our inner wisdom...
Pretty pendant -- thanks for visiting, and welcome to WW!
Very special !
Hi, 1st wordless Wednesday. Thanks for visiting my quilting blog, Material Detachment. I like your sidebars, too. Gonna check them out, and your backlog.
Great necklace ..... :-)
Nice!Please share your shot at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/08/variations-with-linky.htmlHope to see you soon!
Pretty. Welcome to WW
pretty necklace...Next, I think you should put "linky widget" in the end your post. It will be more link-up WW to your post.Happy WW ^^
Pretty and unique!
Thank you for taking the time to comment - I really appreciate it!It's good to know I'm not alone :)