This is a picture of one of my most precious material possessions. I inherited this charm bracelet when my Mom passed away from breast cancer ten years ago. Sista and I split the charms and I got to keep the bracelet. Thanks Sista. I also added some of my own charms.
This bracelet represents so many memories of my childhood. I would always know it was a Saturday night when my Mother would come downstairs dressed in a beautiful dress with fresh red lipstick on, all ready to hit the town or a cocktail party with my Dad. With her high heels clicking and her charm bracelet jingling, she would kiss my sister and me good night and wish our
next victim babysitter “good luck”. Her Estee perfume would linger in the air even after Mom and Dad had “left the building.” Whenever I hear the chime of a charm bracelet or catch a whiff of Estee perfume in a store or elevator, I always think of my Mom.
I don’t wear my charm bracelet very often. But I do wear it for special occasions that I know my Mother would have loved to have witnessed.
I started thinking about charm bracelets and how much I love mine. I don’t see a lot of them around so I searched on line what was available. Here are a few that I found.
So sweet and dainty.