Oct
29

Lucky Half Necklace.

Like a lot of people, my grandmother and I used to have a tradition every Thanksgiving and Christmas where the two of us would break the wishbone. In retrospect it’s a little disgusting (breaking animal bones for luck??). But none the less great memories indeed.

Maybe that’s one reason I’m so infatuated with the Lucky Half necklace by designer Alexis Canter. Who doesn’t want to be a perpetual winner? Although I do hope Alexis decides to create a white gold or platinum version for those of us who don’t wear yellow gold.

6 Comments on “Lucky Half Necklace.”

  • ksklein

    As children we used to do that too. And I have never stopped doing so. My husband never really understood it. Now I do it with my children. :)

    11-12-07 » 5:47 pm »

  • ksklein

    As children we used to do that too. And I have never stopped doing so. My husband never really understood it. Now I do it with my children. :)

    11-12-07 » 5:47 pm »

  • ksklein

    As children we used to do that too. And I have never stopped doing so. My husband never really understood it. Now I do it with my children. :)

    11-12-07 » 5:47 pm »

  • Kelly

    that’s awesome! i have so many family traditions that i’m determined not to let die. :)

    11-12-07 » 7:19 pm »

  • Kelly

    that’s awesome! i have so many family traditions that i’m determined not to let die. :)

    11-12-07 » 7:19 pm »

  • Kelly

    that’s awesome! i have so many family traditions that i’m determined not to let die. :)

    11-12-07 » 7:19 pm »

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