LFG and I did a collage for our 2009 Holiday card. Email us your mailing address if you want one.
Kinda like the old Brylcream slogan…”A little dab'll do ya”. Wearing body jewelry is a bit like wearing cowboy boots. It’s a perilous endeavour and a slippery slope, even for the most facile participant. Be careful. Be very careful.We don’t use much of it around here. Other than one pierced nipple anchoring a simple gold loop, we have a watch, a ring and a necklace. A simple gold chain holds a cross and a Masonic talisman. My sister gave me the cross when I was in high school and I’ve worn it ever since. It has bite marks on it-I used to have a nervous habit of clinching it between my teeth while taking tests in college. I know, Freud would have a field day with that one. The Masonic charm belonged to my grandfather. And yes, before the question is asked, I am a Mason. I wouldn’t wear the emblem if I wasn’t.
My code says that other than a wedding band, you may wear one ring…ONLY. Mine is a carnelian crest ring. I opted for something a bit more unique than the typical gold crest ring. My family crest includes a double wide, some plastic flamingos and a lion with his mane cut in a Billy Ray Cyrus mullet. You know, “business up front-party in the back”. I had a fraternity ring in college. I never wanted my college ring…ours looked too much like high school.
My watches are reasonably priced tank watches…duo dials…I’ve posted about them before. Leather or grosgrain watchbands. My wrists are too skinny for metal bands and clunky watches.Now, regarding . I’d say that there is about .001% of the population who can pull this look off and most of them have titles and live over “there”. Don’t even try it. Nothing good will come of it.