“You can tell a woman’s whole life story from the possessions in her jewelry box. Like reading a palm, you can trace the points where her life has intersected with memorable events, people, places, and loves. You can speculate on the essence of her personality, all from what she has accumulated in that box.”—from Perfectly Imperfect
Watch Lee Woodruff read an excerpt from “The Jewelry Box,” a story from her new book Perfectly Imperfect, that will surely resonate with all women.
It made me remember my wedding necklace that I’ve kept in a black velvet bag, having not touched it in the 5 years since I was married. I pulled it out the other day and wore it again on just an ordinary day. What good is a precious piece of jewelry if you never wear it? Do you have a special piece of jewelry? We’d love to hear your story. We’ll be giving away 5 free copies of Perfectly Imperfect, selected from the responses we get before April 15th.