Saturday, April 19, 2008

A Ribbon of Faith




Marti never gave up. She might look small and delicate; she might act demure and easily led, but she clung to her ideals as tightly as any vine that climbed towards the sun. Marti was a determined young woman. She would have been surprised to learn that the rest of the world mistook her agreeability for compliance; she would have laughed at the fact that her soft smiles and gentle ways allowed others to think that she followed their lead.

Marti went where she wanted to go. True, she nearly always went secretly; she didn't often share her thoughts or desires with others. She let them think what they would; she didn't really believe they would do otherwise, and saw no point in making waves.

Her quiet determination would see her through.

© 2008 Cynthia Newcomer Daniel

Sterling silver, seed beads, Swarovski crystals, petal pearls, labradorite. Hand fabricated choker length necklace of bead weaving and chain maille.

3 comments:

Marie-Michèle Lanthier said...

Cindy, you did it again! Stunning and gorgeous!

KoukkuHelmi said...

This is great, has that "something" I don't know how to express. I liked your creations - a bit different that you see mostly.

Beth262 said...

This is an incredible necklace. You are really talanted.