Saturday, May 16, 2015

The Art of Awareness Blog Hop- The Iost Song




'The Lost Song'
Ceramic beads from Grubbi' A floral ring from Vintaj
And a Vintaj Chain
Click the photo to see it up close

There is a lady in our church who loved to sing in the choir. She has Parkinson's Disease
One Sunday She could not sing because of the Disease and she was devastated
She still tries to sing each Sunday
Check out  the links below to see what others have made

Lori
Heather
 
Anderson
Millican
 
www.PrettyThingsBlog.com (hostess)www.facebook.com/swoondimples (bead artist) 
CandidaCastleberrywww.spunsugarbeadworks.blogspot.com
mischelleandradehttps://micheladasmusings.blogspot.com
PaigeMaximhttp://delightfullittlegems.blogspot.com/
Laurie Vyselaar www.lefthandjewelry.wordpress.com
MarybethRichhttp://forestofjewels.blogspot.com/
AlicePetersonwww.alice-dreaming.blogspot.com
KimDworakhttp://www.cianciblue.blogspot.com/
AudreyBélangerhttp://esperianterra.blogspot.ca/
Karenmitchellwww.overthemoon-design.com
JoanWilliamswww.lilrubyjewelry.com
JeanWellsjeanawells.blogspot.com
AnnSchroederwww.beadlove.wordpress.com
GailAccinellifacebook.com/oregonmadejewelry
TaniaSpiveywww.moobiegracedesigns.blogspot.com
Mallory Hoffmanhttp://rosebud101-fortheloveofbeads.blogspot.com/
Mary KMcGrawmkaymac.blogspot.com
ShaiWilliamswww.shaihasramblings.com/
BethEmerystoriesbyindigoheart.blogspot.com
CatieDomanhttp://drcatie.blogspot.com
LoreleiEurtoHttp://lorelei1141.blogspot.com
LeeKoopmanwww.stregajewellry.wordpress.com
TammyAdamswww.paisleylizard.com/blog/
KatieNelsonhttps://www.facebook.com/katiebead
PattyMillerhttp://pattymillerbeads.blogspot.com
ChrisEisenbergwww.wanderware.blogspot.com
CassiPaslickhttp://badatbeingmom.blogspot.com/
CharleeGriffithhttps://www.facebook.com/charlee.griffith
KelliNelsonwww.afamilyaffarekelli.blogspot.com
CatherineKinghttp://catherines-musings.blogspot.com
MelissaTrudingerbeadrecipes.wordpress.com
susanBowiehttps://susanbowie.wordpress.com
JenniferJustmanwww.soulsfiredesigns.blogspot.com/
CassiPaslickhttp://badatbeingmom.blogspot.com/
KHutchinsonhttp://jumbledhutch.wordpress.com
VeralynneMalonewww.veradesigns.blogspot.com
Evie and BethMcCordhttp://ebbeadandmetalworks.blogspot.com/
MihaelaGeorgescuhttp://michellemaya2005.wordpress.com
RebeccaAnderso Www.songbeads.blogspot.com
Charlene jackawww.clay-space.com
KimStevenswww.pickingpoppies.blogspot.com
SusanMcClellandMistheword12.wordpress.com
SallyRussickwww.sallyrussick.blogspot.com
GinaHockettwww.freestyleelements.blogspot.com
MonaArnottbijouxgemsjoy.blogspot.ca
SandiVolpewww.sandivolpe.com
AndreaGlickhttp://zenithjade.blogspot.com/
JanineLucashttp://www.esfera.me/travel/blog/travel-stories
LoriBowring Michaudwww.artfullyornamental.blogspot.com
ChristieMurrowWww.charisdesignsjewelry.blogspot.com
B.R.Kuhlmanwww.mixedmayhemstudios.com
LupeMeterwww.gesmpccorner.blogspot.com
LucyBejaranowww.lucybejaranojewelry.blogspot.com/
StephaniePerrywww.mustardbeadbystephanieperry.blogspot.com
ElisabethAuldwww.beadsforbusygals.com
CarolynLawsonwww.carolynscreationswa.blogspot.com
HeatherPowerswww.humblebeads.blogspot.com
KatieHackerwww.katiehacker.blogspot.com
KepiRasmussenwww.kepirasmussen.blogspot.ca 
Gail Vanderster-Zwangwww.angelmoose.blogspot.com
ElizabethHodgeshttp://thewhisperingseas.blogspot.com/

20 comments:

stregajewellry said...

That evokes so many images. I really like it.

lilrubyjewelry.com said...

I love your necklace and the reminder that we all need to keep "singing" no matter what!

Liz said...

I truly love this story and necklace! What a wonderful tribute to a friend.

Kim said...

It's a beautiful necklace. I am very sorry she can't sing anymore.

Tammy Adams said...

What a beautiful design and sweet way to honor the singer's struggles.

Janine (Esfera Jewelry) said...

Beautiful piece, heartbreaking story.

B.R.Kuhlman said...

What a beautiful tribute to a wonderful person. Thanks for sharing her story.

Shaiha said...

Just beautiful. It has so much flow that the necklace is a song in itself.

beadlove said...

Your necklace is beautiful. A lovely tribute to your friend. I hope she keeps singing in whatever ways she can.

Bijoux Gems Joy said...

Parkinson's is a mean illness. I'm sorry to hear about your church friend. The necklace is a beautiful tribute to her.

Susanm said...

Beautiful design and story. Love the simplicity and the texture.

SoulsFireDesigns said...

Oh this is so beautiful in form and meaning. Thank you so much for sharing it with all of us.

EB Bead and Metal Works, LLC said...

Love the simplicity of the necklace to focus on the words from the bead. What a wonderful meaning for your piece!

bailaora said...

Great story, great necklace!

Rebecca said...

Oh goodness, what a truly sad story. Your poor friend. My heart goes out to her. I hope she can find her song again, somehow.

elisabeth said...

Beautiful sentiment, and what an honor for your friend who is struggling.

Audrey Bélanger said...

Oh, I feel for her. To not be able to do something you love because of sickness :( The poor dear. Im sure she loved the sentiment that you think of her in those hard times. I hope she is able to sing for years to come.

laurie said...

I love your pieces! Parkinson's can be absolutely devastating.

Kepi said...

Beautiful necklace and a strong lady, wonderful tribute

Lori Anderson said...

Oh gosh that breaks my heart. What a lovely thing you made.