Three bracelets casually piled together in a corner of Sofia’s window
immediately caught our eyes as my wife and I approached the store.
Entering, we were dazzled as usual by the wide array of beautiful
objects to look at, and forgot to ask about the bracelets. But fortunately
Susan suggested we have a look at them.
One bracelet in particular attracted me–polished silver, a single band dividing
into three, the center, most delicate segment opening at the center. My
wife tried it on but thought it didn’t suit her. I’ve forgotten who
suggested I try it: perhaps I did, half in jest, perhaps Susan or my
wife Kathy. But once I tried it on, I had to have it. Its weight was
perfect on my wrist; its simple, elegant design, though in its own
distinctive style, also went well with my favorite Navajo sandcast
I wear it often; its casual elegance makes me feel more poised, more balanced.
Roland H. Pesch