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A few new treasures

Remember that day that my dad and I went through my grandmas room to clean out things and take what she left for us? Here are a couple of things that I inherited. My jewelry box is filled with sweet bobbles that were hers. My sister and my momma also have a few sparkly items. These are my favorite things of my new collection..
Right hand rings. I took them to my jeweler to have re-sized and dipped in white gold since I'm not a yellow gold kind of girl. I am thrilled with how they turned out and and feel so blessed to be able to wear them and remember her always..

She wore this one all the time on her right hand.

this one is quite a looker

 We also now have quite a collection of awesome old books.
I love that my grandma bought these for her girls and now I get to read them to mine.

Looking forward to keeping the memory of my precious grandparents alive with the things that they left behind for us.

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