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Pearls of Wisdom

August 19th, 2009 / View in own page?

familyWhat a great July I have had! I started off by going to Wimbledon which is an annual event for me and my family. Ken Buswell, my father’s oldest friend, who is Veteran of Year kindly organises for us to go. We usually have Centre Court and Court One tickets for the Men’s Semi Finals. Most years it has rained but this year we didn’t have to worry as they had the new roof which is truly amazing. But even more amazing was that it was 30 degrees and extremely hot!

As you know I am passionate about pearls and this is a picture of me with my mother, Louise, and daughter Sarah at Wimbledon. Proving that you can wear pearl jewellery anywhere – I am wearing a large baroque pearl necklace (BES524), my mother is wearing a White and Grey Keshi Necklace (BES015) and Sarah, never goes anywhere without her diamante and pearl earrings (BEE015).

Take ThatThe next big date in July was seeing ‘Take That’ at Wembley along with 80,000 other screaming fans. What an amazing show – they never fail to completely engage the audience and it is fantastic to look around and see all these people singing along to every song. Luckily no one can hear you sing in my case as I am tone deaf… The elephant and the stage show was truly unique but I have to say that all the guys look so good I only really had eyes for them…. Sarah and I are still not over it!

Pearls of WisdomWe have just celebrated my parent’s 54th Wedding Anniversary. We had their 50th at The George at Stamford with friends and family and now every year we go back there and do it again. It is always fantastic and everyone always wants to join us so it is ends up being a great party.

Over the month I have also been working on some new designs and also on a major revamp of the website – so keep looking for some new additions to my pearl jewellery and designer pearls.

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