Many years ago, 11 to be exact, there was a mother living
in a little town in Ohio.
She was a wonderful mother and had perfect children.
When her oldest child, her only daughter,
had the nerve to grow up and go to college,
this wonderful mother fell apart. Quite literally.
She had so much time on her hands that she knew
if she didn’t fill the hours with something, she would go nuts.
Being a crafty sort of gal, this mother decided to take up making jewelry.
She started out small but soon figured things out
and felt she was ready to start selling.
She named her business “Crescent Moon Designs.”
Her daughter, the one who left, had pledged Gamma Phi Beta at her university.
Their symbol is a crescent moon. Thus the idea for the name.
Soon this wonderful mother was selling her creations to
friends, family and co-workers.
Basically anyone she could sucker into looking at them.
Her little business paid for itself
with a tiny bit left over to spend on gas to go see her daughter.
After a few years,
the price of silver sky-rocketed.
This mother couldn’t imagine anyone in their
right mind spending $80.00 on a bracelet.
Plus, she had finally adjusted (well, sort of) to
her daughter being gone.
It was time to close down Crescent Moon Designs.
So, after a few good years making jewelry, this mother was once again
looking for something to do.
So believe it or not, she started a blog.
She decided to share her left-over jewelry
with her amazing readers.
Incredibly good prices and not a bad selection.
So if you are interested in some fun jewelry,
visit this mother’s Etsy shop,
It’s all there under the section
if you haven’t guessed, this poor, pitiful mother is
none other than yours truly.
Still looking for ways to fill her nest.
Wishing everyone a wonderful week!
Thanks for stopping by…