It’s been a minute, or ten years

Today is my ten year high school reunion, yikes. Here is a throw back of myself I’m in the middle! Don’t get excited thinking you’ll be hearing stories of awkwardness or drunken conversations. I am not attending my 10 year. Let me tell you a two main reasons why- To be upfront, the number one reason why I’m not making the trip to my home … Continue reading It’s been a minute, or ten years

Follow your heart, a letter to myself.

Dearest, When we left our hometown in September we had no way of knowing what was to come. Having to leave behind everyone of importance in our lives, and realizing that myself and my husband truly matter most. The joys that were to follow and the dreams we’d achieve in the process only make the journey better.  We stress to much of the value of … Continue reading Follow your heart, a letter to myself.

What is right is often harder

The Kalamazoo River oil spill occurred in July 23, 2010 but was not detected by the press or reported by Enbridge until July 26th. The pipeline operated by Enbridge (Line6B) burst and flowed into Talmadge Creek, a tributary of the Kalamazoo River. A six-foot break in the pipeline resulted in the largest inland oil spill, which cost the most amount of money in U.S. history at … Continue reading What is right is often harder

Join OLOL in standing against big oil, water protectors unit now!

Many of you have asked me how can we help, let me tell you exactly how. In February 2017 a hour and a half long film is being released for free to the public. What I need you guys to do is sponsor a showing in your local area. Once out this documentary film will change the history of how big oil operates after and … Continue reading Join OLOL in standing against big oil, water protectors unit now!

Timeless pieces

​This ancient Moss Agate ring, set in pure silver, has survived with 5 generations.  It first escaped with the family from Germany during the first WWII, when my clients great-grandmother resettled in Poland. Later they had to escape to Russia, as Jews in hiding. Nadya (her mother), then 20 years old, brought it with her to the U.S. when she escaped Stalin’s purge in the … Continue reading Timeless pieces