Every piece has its own story . . . that's why it's called Jewelry Tales.
Sunday, December 19, 2010
There's a light
Helene raised her lantern as high as she could, feeling (rather foolishly) like a girl in a gothic novel.
The fog had swept up through the canyon on the back of the wind, and it took very little imagination to turn their campsite in the California hills into a windswept moor in Victorian England.
"Heathcliff?" she whispered, and was startled to hear an answering, "Cathy?"
© 2010 Cynthia Newcomer Daniel
Trellis Series rope tutorial by NED Beads Artisan Jewelry, Ionic Polyhedra beaded beads pattern by beAd Infinitum. Hand fabricated.
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Thursday, December 9, 2010
She thought about Sylvia Plath as she walked from the subway to her office. Not for the usual reasons; she wasn't a poetry groupie or the sort of person who identified with tortured souls.
No, her thoughts of Plath were purely practical.
As a teenager, she'd read The Bell Jar and remembered only one thing from it; the image of the heroine walking across New York City, late at night, counting the blocks across the grid of Manhattan to her destination. She counted them, too. And worked them into math problems.
She called then her Plath patterns.
© 2010 Cynthia Newcomer Daniel lIonic Polyhedra beaded bead designed by beAd Infinitum. Snake Chain designed by Good Quill Hunting Hand fabricated.
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