Yor Ryeter

Posts Tagged ‘Jewelry’

[1: 1,804 of 10,000] Jewelry and Music

In Article on November 15, 2016 at 11:19 PM


I am guilty that real jewelries with real value change me whenever I wear them. There’s an air of arrogance that I can afford, that I own, more than its true meaning that it is useful, sentimental, or it matches my fashion. Right now, I do avoid wearing jewelries if I know the reason behind it is pitiful.

There are certain things that trigger a different side of me.

Positively, music that I like could uplift my feelings that I can take on anything. Inspiration that I couldn’t find out where it came from. I could write with so much inspiration and joy when I hear a song that I consider special. At those times, I am grateful for all the people behind it like I could feel that they made the song with so much love that its power radiates on me.

Will it be possible that I project arrogance for the jewelries because the people behind it had that motivation or intention?

Everything is made out of energy after all, I could be right. Now, it makes me more watchful of my true intentions about the works that I do so what radiates is only pure love and it expands even more beautifully.

[1: 1,111 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Fresh

In Photo on August 11, 2013 at 12:00 AM

My First Diamong Ring

I always put the most important things that last on my list but this week I am starting to believe that it will make me feel good working so hard if I reward myself with a reminder that will always put a smile on my lips whenever I see it while I type – fresh from Eid celebration is my first ever Diamond Ring.

I feel so adult getting myself something valuable and I do hope I make my Mama proud for picking a cute everyday ring. She always advised my sisters and I that we have to get ourselves with big stones that has real worth in the long run but I don’t like to be too loud at the office for wearing big stones so I contained myself and get a pretty decent size that sparkles.

[1: 251 of 10,000] Bracelet Made In Wonderland

In Drawing on June 14, 2011 at 1:00 AM

Disney made this bracelet with care from Wonderland. Most definitely stamped with so much L-O-V-E!

[1: 173 of 10,000] Old Ring From An Old Flame

In Journal, Photo on April 14, 2011 at 9:22 AM

It has been days that I was asking my Mom what is her Jurassic trinket that I can take a photo and share for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Old. I finally settled to share the ring of my Grandmother that is now kept by my Mother; my Grandma who actually took cared of me when I was a toddler.

Green Jade Stone with Diamonds in Gold setting Ring. Jade is quite expected for a family with Chinese heritage. That would be me, trying the ring 🙂

I asked Mom when did Grandpa gave the ring, she said Grandma was wearing that ring ever since she can remember, the year is about 1960 – Wow! For me that’s quite old, half a century from today so it definitely passed as antique enough.  The best parts are I can hold it, I knew who owned it and wait since I’m the eldest and Grandma loved me (so I heard) does that mean I will inherit it and maybe someday when my child asked me “Mommy, do you have any Jurassic trinket that I can share to the blogosphere for this week’s challenge?” and deja vue, I still got the perfect piece.

My title was Old Flame because I sighed when my Mom dropped the line “she was wearing it the whole time”. Does that mean my Grandma loved my Grandpa so much that she couldn’t take off that ring? They got 8 children together I guess that was a solid proof that there is a burning flame of L-O-V-E. Cheesy but somehow good to imagine and believe.

[1: 101 of 10,000] Retail Muse

In Journal on February 18, 2011 at 12:20 AM

I was up to purchase a birthday present for a friend yesterday. On my way to the mall and saw my reflection on a tinted window, I freaked a little when I realized I forgot to wear my studs, I felt bare being used to wearing my earrings before leaving the house, but I let it go and didn’t opt to go back home. Read the rest of this entry »

[1: 19 of 10,000] The Tiffany Disappointment

In Review on December 28, 2010 at 9:23 AM

I’m always in love with the idea of owning a Tiffany & Co. silver so one time my family and I went in and looked at their sterling silver. The designs were meticulously done but when we asked if it’ll tarnish the attendant answered a sparkling ‘yes’. It was a disappointment like someone pushed me in the cliff.

Now, I just settled with:

  • A Tiffany will not stay sterling forever as it were when it was brand new.
  • The signature color R-10, G-186 and B-181 or #0ABAB5 will still make my heart leap when I see it but oh loving it less as it will remind me of my disappointment.