A little idea I dreamed up while on my archery elk hunt this year. I was sitting up high looking around through my binoculars and my husband was letting out a cow call here and there and we were listening hard for bugles in the draw below us and all was still and quiet and I found myself thinking about how an arrow flys true. An arrow flys where I send it. If I miss my target it's because my aim was off, it's no fault of the arrow. Maybe this is true of my dreams and goals in life. If I don't manage to live a dream I have for my life, it's maybe because I shot myself in the wrong direction...sometimes I can miss by an inch, sometimes I can miss by a mile. If I'm serious about my dreams and goals, I need to shoot myself directly at the heart of the thing. I have to aim true in order to fly straight.
A dimensional heart and arrow flank a teardrop of turquoise on a slinky, patchwork chain. This design has a really beautiful presence to it, a pleasant weight. No metal was spared from the 16ga baseplate that sets the stone to the chunky design of the arrow and heart. Wear it and feel it there, steady and strong, around your neck. Aim true. Fly straight.
ALL STERLING SILVER with a bronze accent at the clasp.
Chain length: About 18 inches with my s-clasp.
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