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Rings and Things

Project 52 ~ Week 23
Theme for this week’s challenge “Rings and Things.”

This week’s theme and photo challenge is dedicated to one of the most admired and loved women I’ve ever know…my late Great Aunt Margaret.  Aunt Margaret lived in New York City ever since the end of WWII and until she fell at the age of 88 and broke her hip while crossing the street. She went to be with the Lord at the age of 93.

Ever since I was a little girl, I loved visiting my Aunt Margaret in the “Big Apple”. She was so brilliant and talented! She was also so worldly and knew about everything going on around the world.

Aunt Margaret had been a fine sterling silver jewelry maker for more years than I ever knew. She made everything in this image but the two rings in the center, which were made by me in high school. The beautiful sterling silver plate on the right was a wedding gift to my husband and I and she carved this from a flat piece of sterling silver at the age of 80! Amazing to me.

The little bunny and lamb were made for my sister and I when we were 4 and 5 years of age.  Precious treasures I will always cherish.

Aunt Margaret took classes in cooper and enameling and jewelry making up until that horrible day when she fell in the street.

I was extremely grateful to have been given her cooper enameling painting of the twin towers. Something I will pass onto my son. On the back of the painting is the front page from the New York Times of September 11, 2001.

I’m actually wiping tears from my eyes as I write this.  I miss my aunt dearly and if anyone was to tell me something that makes my heart so happy is that she influenced me so much with my creativity and talent.  My mom and sister have told me this my whole life…so for that I am very grateful.

So…even though this image may not impress you…it means the world to me and I’m very happy I chose to create it as I will be printing it for family members to remember Aunt Margaret.

I miss you Aunt Margaret and thank you for ALL you have given me. ♥

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Andrea - June 8, 2012 - 1:44 pm

Just love it!! Great memories….love the story!!

Jodie - June 8, 2012 - 5:09 pm

Awww lovely story! I’m sure she is looking down on you with love still.

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