This week I received a birthday card from a cousin I've not talked to or seen in years. Her mother, my father's sister, is in a nursing home and her father was my uncle who died in a car accident in November.
My cousin made a simple request ... that I please send mail to her mother as she is so lonely since Uncle Don died. The card they sent took a month to make its way to me. If I used regular mail, they might get it by Easter, so I am getting some things together and will send them out by express service.
While my boss was in Canada and the States on business, he did a bit of shopping and brought this back for me.
Inside was a beautiful tye-dyed Bindya Scarf. It is a cashmere/silk blend and is made by a designer named Bindya Lulla. I found this description online: A style for every personality, designer and founder Bindya Lulla finds inspiration during her bi-annual trips to India and Paris, as well as on the runways and streets of New York City. Always on-trend, Bindya's designs capture the imagination and have proven addictive in their fine quality blends of cashmere, wool and silk.
Speaking of India, a friend recently brought this back for me while on one of her trips to Mumbai where her mother lives.
Scarves and jewelry -- my favorite accessories! They know me well!
Hope you all have a wonderful Wednesday! Rainbow wishes and friendship blessings, Tammy