June 28th, 2009

These bracelets by Stella Pace were really popular awhile back—each bracelet is made of beads that are believed to carry special significance.  I was recovering from cancer treatment and I bought all the bracelets I thought I could use and I wore all of them.  All the time.  I thought I needed all the  help I could get.

This one, Courage,  is made of tiger’s eye beads.  At the time, courage was so important to me that I bought an extra one.  Just  in case mine broke.    But mine held up just fine—both the bracelet and my courage.    Maybe someone else can use them both right now.


If you would like to have this item, please  let me know in a comment.   If you know someone else who might like it, I hope you’ll share this and let them know.

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  1. June 29th, 2009 at 06:08 | #1

    would love to give this to my dad who is fighting for his life with cancer.


  2. Rebecca Wilkins
    June 29th, 2009 at 07:06 | #2

    My Hubby and I are going through a tough time now, he was diagonsed with epilepsy last year and now they want to operate on his brain. I have to be strong for the both of us and for our children. He wouldn’t wear it, but I would love to.


  3. June 29th, 2009 at 09:38 | #3

    I am in the middle of my last IVF cycle (with help from an egg donor). This is my last chance to complete my family, and I am so worried that this could be the end of mine and my husband’s dream.


  4. June 30th, 2009 at 14:07 | #4

    Hi, I would love to give this bracelet to my daughter. Her birthday was the 24th of June and I was unable to buy her anything, except beans I made for her birthday dinner and a CD with some pictures I have taken. She is expecting her third child and her boyfriend has recently left her and moved back to Oregon. She has had her cash aid drastically cut and I am not sure how she will pay her rent. I feel she could definetly use any extra courage she can get, thank you, Mary Espino


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