Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Musings and Robert Frost

I happened up on a new line of beads, findings and pendants. They aren't my usual things but I am liking them more and more. Sometimes I have to step out of my comfort zone and really look around me. It isn't always easy for me but I know of no other way to try and grow...to not let things get stagnant.
The pendant looks large, but in reality isn't. I made this piece into a choker, I thought that it would show it off to it's best advantage. I love the frosted orange color of it. I wasn't able to find beads to "match" so I just stayed with orange and sprinkled in some crystals.

In case you are unable to see this clearly enough in the photograph, it reads: "Two roads diverged in a wood, I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference." I've always loved this quote. I am not big on poetry in general but sometimes the words just stick with me - regardless of genre. If the choker never sells that will be just fine with me.


Clay Perry said...

i like it, it looks good, you should make more like this

boo said...

Frost has long been one of my favorite poets. That quote in particular had an inestimable effect on my immature psyche when first I came across it. The road less traveled always has the more interesting sights and more valuable lessons.

The choker looks fabulous. I love the color, and the inspiration behind it. Anybody would be proud be wear that piece.

HeartofGoldPlate said...

Requesting one of these!!! :D