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With tears in my eyes, I gave Aunt May a tight hug. It was a gift… a moment I would never forget.
A gift that I would now like to share with you.
When I was younger, my family was poor. We grew up living each day just getting by.
My Mama had a few pieces of jewelry which she treasured dearly, and my mischievous sister and I would use to sneak into her room to play dress up with her jewelry.
We would wear some of her heavy necklaces on our tiny necks, and earrings that were almost the sizes of our ears!
My love for jewelry was burning strongly, and as much I wish I could have my own... I would never dare to ask my parents for any, knowing of our financial situation.
One day, while I was walking back home from school. I chanced upon a handcrafted jewelry store. Ever since, that became my favourite route home as I’ll always use the opportunity to look into the store with my googly eyes.
But there was this sadness within me, as I knew I could only see those gems, but not own any.
With each passing day, I was feeling more gutted… and the sadness grew … and honestly, my love for jewelry was starting to grow into resentment for it.
That was until the store owner (who I most likely think realised I was constantly peeking into her shop) approached me one day while I was peeping in.
She introduced herself as May, and asked for mine.
In a very gentle and warm tone, she asked if I liked the handcrafted jewelry she has made. I nodded my head ferociously. (Thinking about it now, it was pretty embarrassing)
She held my hand and brought me into her store. I vividly remember that she reached out to this ring at the side of her countertop. The ring was surrounded by a halo of crystals, giving it an exceptional radiance.
She turned back to me and placed the ring into my hand. But I shuddered and stuttered to her that I couldn’t afford to buy the ring.
"It's a Gift for you, Honey." Tears started forming, and I gave her a hug. At that moment, I felt surprised, happy, slightly confused… but mostly grateful. I thanked her and left.
I went home with probably the biggest smile anyone could ever have. I was beyond elated. It reignited my passion for jewelry and accessories.
The next day, I went back to Aunt May’s shop. With my head bowed, in a nervous tone, I asked her if she could teach me how to make handcrafted jewelry. As I anxiously waited in the silence, she agreed to it. Ever since then, I’ve been living my passion, and making jewelry is now a huge part of my life.
Handcrafted jewelry and accessories aren’t just objects to me, for each piece has a story.
It has been 20 years since I received that gift from Aunt May, and I still keep it close to me even to this day.
Now, I would like to share the gift I got from Aunt May with you. That is why, for a limited time, we would like to give our best selling rings for free that are WORTH OVER $35 EACH.
All that I ask for is for you to cover the shipping and handling cost. I sincerely wish that my handcrafted jewelry would too bring about a positive impact to you.
With much love,