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say yes! say thank you!

by 3 June 04, 2010

If you were to ask me what lives inside my shell, my blanket, my protector, my home...



I would say...



This piece will be on our new website very soon.. promise! The imprint was taken from the shell that traveled on my backpack during my Camino pilgrimage last summer.

for all that sing light and life into the dark corners.. an ocean of gratitude.
G



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Semaphore

October 25, 2016

Love this. The inscription is like a pearl under the shell.

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