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posted by Colleen Shirazi on Wednesday, September 22, 2010 at 8:22 PM (Pacific)


Top: J.Crew tissue turtleneck in Champagne
Necklace: made by me
Cardigan: Jjill kimono sleeve
Skirt: gift from husband
Tights: Wolford
Shoes: Cydwoq Recess

Today, may I say, was rare perfection. I dunno, the BART was on time, the sun emerged, work sped along on the giant screen of doom Internship student tracking screen...I'm improving the document tracking this year (meaning next summer). It's slightly complicated, because we have required documents by student type, two review stages, file reject feature...I didn't like how I had it last year (meaning this year); it's one of those things which had to be up and running in a hurry.

handmade green stones necklace

I made this necklace to commemorate the first day of spring, actually; it's every green stone in the bead box—peridot, aquamarine, green amethyst, tourmaline. It's not something you think of, and buy the stones for (or at least I don't do it that way); it just sort of comes about, after you've collected the stones over some years.

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