So it seems we’ve found ourselves at the start of yet another month … this year is surely speeding by! I do hope April is off to a wonderful start for you … I’m not too sure about it yet, but it is early days …
Growing up I was never all that interested in rings (or any kind of jewellery really), and I was never one of those girls forever longing for a certain kind of ring to appear on one particular finger. However in the many years that have now since passed, I find there is actually rather a lot to love about the world of rings.
There is something reassuring about having a finger (or two) encircled by a small and comfortable embrace. Whenever I wear one, I find myself feeling for it throughout the day – perhaps as a way to calm an anxious mind or perhaps I just have a tendency to fidget …
Given that they are so small and compact, rings take up barely any storage space at all. With my ongoing efforts to reduce and de-clutter, these little accessories therefore offer a very big advantage.
Finally, and possibly my favourite thing of all about rings is that they allow me to indulge my whimsical tastes and penchant for animal embellishments.
For all these reasons (and quite a few more), these three rings have become very welcome additions to my jewellery collection. Here’s hoping the squirrel and various kitties all get along OK together … because no one wants to see an inter-species smack-down happen in their jewellery box … How about you, do rings make you go ‘ring-a-ding-ding’ too?
PS. One piece of jewellery I’ve never really warmed to is wearing a watch … I just don’t like the feel of them on my wrist or the constant reminder of time (perhaps I’m a little like Miranda in ‘Picnic at Hanging Rock’? … she who can’t stand the ticking of her watch above her heart).