Speaking of Dream Jobs

My brilliant, lovely, talented friend Amy is having a trunk show this Thursday at LFT (one of my favorite shops in Dallas) to show off her insanely pretty, handcrafted jewelry.

Amy is one of those people that you might be tempted to be jealous of (not only does she have a dream job, but she lives with her awesome hubby and uber cute daughter Ellie in beautiful, beautiful Sausalito...), but you can't because she's so completely down-to-earth and witty and kind and has lived such a purposeful and deliberate life that you aren't surprised at all that she's doing what she's doing today.

Although I am (still) a little jealous of the fact that she consistently creamed me at Super Mario Brothers when we were 13, but that's another story altogether.

If you are in Dallas, please do come meet Amy and see her work. And if you aren't, you can ogle it here and buy it here.


Melissa Lewis said...

Oh, if only I lived remotely close to Dallas. I love this jewelry!

mary s. said...

Oh, that ring is calling out to me! And living in Sausalito? Incredible!

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