Tuesday, July 6, 2010

I'm melting!


The words sound familiar to you? Still I am not the Wicked Witch of the West although it might be cool to have some of those flying monkeys. I could send them out to do my grocery shopping or to go to the post office for me.
Why I am melting, has a different reason, though. It's hot out there, too hot for my liking. My brain is in a puddle on the floor.
Qldfjerewoigz jfwlerzw fjeroer. Oops, sorry. It's hard to write without a brain, but I think I got a hold of myself again.

Maybe you think now that my little browsing spree took me through SATeam's items that have to do with heat. Wrong. Instinctively I was drawn to pieces that called out "cold". Well, first I looked for brain, but somehow that didn't take me anywhere .....

Here's your cool breeze now. Enjoy!

The perfect little earrings with sky blue topaz by Two Silver Moons - isn't that a stunning color combination?


Blue and white beaded pendant by Bead Origami - looking at the sparkly ice blue with the soft shimmering white of the pearls already makes me feel cooler.


Pale aqua and dichro ice cube lampwork beads by Glass Addictions - I just want to run them over my face or put them in a beverage, but it would be such a waste.



Now take a seat in the shades and I'll jump inside real quickly and get us a tray with ice tea!

P.S. The pink and brown puddle is not my brain, it's ice cream!

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4 comments:

Beadorigami said...

What a great way to beat the heat! Those lampwork beads look like delicious ice. Thanks for including my beaded bead pendant!

tjrjewellery said...

Beautiful jewellery! What a waste of ice cream though... ;-)

mcstoneworks said...

Cat, I feel your pain. It's sweltering here too.

Your selections are very "cool".

Jennifer Cameron said...

Thanks for showing my beads!