Friday, October 05, 2007

Loads of Sparkly Necklace Bling on Shopping.com

I'm a simple gal when it comes to dressing but wearing jewelry is a whole different ball of wax. I like something eye-catching, stunning and sometimes a little bling, especially my necklaces. From classic to funky, I'll wear it. I've discovered an excellent source for fabulous necklaces at Shopping.com

Let's start with price. My friends over at Shopping.com offer necklaces to fit every budget and have an easy to find price range list to narrow the search when looking for the perfect neck jewelry.

Now the fun stuff, the variety of necklaces. There's the bling Swarovski Crystal necklaces to classic elegance of perfect pearls (men, here's a hint: every woman needs a string of pearls) and Celtic designs to personalized name pendants in sterling silver, 14K gold or 14K gold plated ("Sex in the City's" Carrie Bradshaw would be in Heaven with this site). I think you get the idea.

Shopping.com makes shopping for necklaces extremely easy. It's like a clearing house for other sites, bringing together the best and prettiest necklaces on the Web making it easy to browse most everything that's out there in one convenient place. Pendant settings and necklace styles fit everyone's tastes and needs and best of all, budgets.

It's Friday Already?

Last week flew by and so did this week, where on earth does time go? Internet access has been limited this week, been house sitting (check out my Tally blog for more about that) and the client is in the process of moving so although there's a bed, giant television, chair and computer, there isn't a place to sit and use the computer and after a long day (which I've been on the go since last Saturday), I'm too tired to stand and write. *sigh*

I'm excited to hear from my friend barb (yes, the "b" is lower case). She's still working in Petrified National Forest, talking about retiring (already???) to relocating next spring. Very exciting for her. I need to fill her in (and maybe I'm ready to make an announcement) about my plans. I'm excited for her but disappointed I haven't visited her in Arizona yet.

Last week I also received an email from a young man who was going to Afghanistan as a contractor for the summer. I've been wondering how he was doing and was happy to receive a note from him and about his experience. I owe him an email along with a new friend in Pakistan (BTW, although I'm working on ITB, I won't be attending and won't be able to meet. Only my tourism friends will understand that bit).

Anyway, I'm hoping for a Saturday of sleeping in and writing. Sunday is field trip day - yippee!