“What’s new with you?” With the answer to that wonderfully simple question, we are caught up with dear friends we’ve not seen for awhile. The relationship is refreshed and we’re returned to intimacy in the lives of those we love. News is shared, and we delightfully discover that there was no distance in the relationship regardless of space and time between reunions. You’ll find the same thing between you and Dusty Shutt Silver Jewelry. .
“Trick or Treat!” Get ready, people, it’s coming: Halloween. Stock up on the candy and save up your energy, because those little ones are going to be arriving at your door, hoping for treats not tricks, with big eyes and even bigger goodie bags. Oh, and don’t forget about the parties! If you have kiddos of your own, you’ll also be expected to attend several Halloween, Fall Fest, or Harvest parties, along with the .
When a friend comes at us all excited and babbling about finding a treasure, we’re all ears. Especially when she wants to share info – the where, the what, and the who, so we can get in on the treasure, too. Well, let me tell you about some special treasures you’re gonna want to get in on, no doubt about it…. The Where – Horse Alley Studio is a delightful jewelry shop located in .
Each year as our daughter awakes to her first day of school, it is my tradition to greet her with a special breakfast and a “1st day of school surprise fun box”. This box contains freshly sharpened pencils, colorful erasers in fun shapes, some sort of game relating to that year’s subjects, a new outfit of her choosing (usually one involving some sort of cape), and a piece of jewelry. These enjoyable mornings are .
July, the birth of our nation. We celebrate it in full-blown style! Fireworks and flags, bbqs and watermelon, races and swim parks, ice cream, ice cold beverages, and music. And more fireworks. The activities start days early and go long into the night celebrating our great country and freedoms fought for and won. The star-spangled banner still waves. Dusty Shutt Silver is proud to be part of the Independence Day celebrations and all that .
July 4th is just around the corner. Our Independence Day. America’s birthday. Are you ready? Are the Popsicles frozen? The corn shucked and tucked away for that special day? The pie ingredients purchased and the hot dogs and hamburgers waiting in the freezer? The friends invited and the decorations ready to be hung and strewn? Unfortunately, fireworks aren’t able to be purchased this year in those areas where they normally are, but that’s okay. .
When the world puzzles us or squeezes us or strains us to our limits, we turn to our go-to places. We have go-to places to gather information, engage in interests, indulge in luxury, and where we can just be ourselves. Dusty Shutt Silver has a question: What are your go-to places? Go-to places have been blessings for a long time. The Bible has guided men and women for thousands of years to knowing .
Colorado High Country Dwellers are a unique breed, and their lifestyles and hobbies are just as unique. Colorado’s High Country boasts lakes and meadows, plains and steep terrains, trees and wildflowers, colorful birds and majestic wildlife, herbs and corn and peaches and cantaloupe and wine. Just one look at the towering, rugged peaks or white foam rivers and it’s easy to see why we love it here, and why our jewelry takes the shape .
What are you getting your mama for Mother’s Day? Not sure yet? Alright, let’s talk. Tell us about your mama. Trust us, your mother knows you inside out and backward, and we know you know her, too. Oh, maybe not as well as she knows you, but you know her. Is she the kind of woman who loves all things domestic? Can your mind’s eye look back through the lens of childhood and see .
Spring is here…can you feel it? Even chilly days have a different feel than in winter. Maybe it was the meadowlarks first chirping outside my back window, or that I only need to tend the fire in the mornings, not the whole day through. Or maybe it was the fact that I determined to stop making eggnog. Whatever it was, the season has truly changed and I feel it, both outdoors and indoors. It’s .