My bracelets are my fidget spinners.
I don’t know a lot about the names of different stones and minerals and jewels.
I wear my rubber
Bold Blind Beauty
band around my left arm to remind me that I can be bold, blind, and beautiful too.
When I did some public speaking the other day, I wore my wrap around blue beaded bracelet I got from a woman at
Women’s Travel Fest
I now have two bracelets with bigger assorted beads I wear on my right wrist and I think one of those beads might be
though don’t quote me on that.
I got one of these in Mexico back in 2017 from
It has flower beads, beads that feel like giant marbles, one bead shaped like a heart, one that makes me think of a cough candy, and a few small skull beads which is a cultural thing from that country.
My newest beaded bracelet was made by a girl I met out west last year. I wanted to support her artistic entrepreneurship and, I have to say, the bracelet she made me is lovely.
It has a pattern, two beads that feel like a different type of cough candy, and one centre bead shaped like a cube. Or, as I like to say, one of those ice cubes that come out of the ice machine at a hotel.
The sound these beads on these bracelets on my right hand make sounds like the jingling that always accompanied Lady Mary on the Downton Abbey series.
They are my good luck charms, peace and meditation, and memories of my travels.
for this prompt that posed more of a challenge than some.