Thursday, September 08, 2011

Back to School and Peace Pendant

When the boys start school earlier this week after a week long holiday, it means back to busy time for me.
Besides work, basically its back to the routine of dropping and picking up the boys from schools.
Morning is not so much of a problem as I drop Henry at his kindy on the way to work.
At noon time, I have to rush to pick him up and drop him off at home by 12:30pm. As he gets out of the car, William gets in and off we go as he is in the afternoon session which starts at 12:45pm. After dropping him off, normally just on the dot, I'll drive straight to office, grab a quick lunch (normally tapao / take away) and back to work - all within 1 hour, provided there is no traffic jam.
That's basically my day on week days.
Now you know why I am always looking forward to weekends and holidays....hehehe.
I am sure there are many parents in similar situations as I am but that is part of life over here.
Not sure about other places though....maybe you can share.
Enough rambling, here is what we really need - PEACE - at home or outside home.
This wire wrapped Swarovski Crystal peace pendant was completed a while back but it got pushed back and back till now.
Wire wrapped colorful Swarovski Crystal peace pendant

Wire wrapped colorful Swarovski Crystal peace pendant

wire wrapped colorful Swarovski Crystal peace pendant on my palm
Its quite large, about 5cm in diameter but it is meant to grab attention :D
Have a PEACEful day!


  1. Very pretty Mei...I love all the gorgeous colors!

    Sounds like your week days are very busy! My children are adults now so I really only have to take care of myself now... :~)

    Enjoy Henry and William while they are young as they grow up so fast...and you will wonder where to time went


  2. Yes I will...lots of people told me the same thing :)
    Thanks Heather.

  3. how do we buy from you or are your pieces not for sale? I want this for my daughter! this is beautiful

  4. Hi Shell,
    Thank you for asking. Do email me here - and we take it from there.


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