Due to unexpected issues with the size small, there will be a few day delay on shipping out any orders that contain a small. We are so sorry for any inconvenience this may cause and will have them shipped as soon as we possibly can.
Rarity Level: Necessities
0001 - 0100: Gold
-Laser engraved serial number on the tag
-PANTONE® printed ultra-premium elastic
-Unique reversible design
-Number-matching Collector's card
-Individually packed within a protective, resealable sleeve
-Fits wrists between 5.25" and 7.25"
-Click here for care instructions
-Handmade with love
-Every order provides a year of clean water to someone in need.
We're always being told to be ourselves. Who you are is beautiful, love who you are. But it can be really hard to take those words to heart, especially if you have depression or anxiety or any number of other hardships.
I struggled my entire childhood trying to like who I was, or at least that's what I thought I was doing. In actuality I was trying to change who I was to fit what I thought was 'acceptable' and 'the likable person', without taking time to stop and learn about myself. It's such a shame too, because who I am is a pretty great person.
I met my husband when I was young, had a 'perfect' body, perfect hair, was on point with my fashion for the times, and so on. He didn't ask me out because I was pretty and trendy though. He asked me out because I had rescued a puppy with him, and he found out that I shared his love of helping animals. He loved me inside and out from the moment we met. I couldn't understand why he just.. adored me regardless of how wacky I was. I spent an hour debating with a friend about a plot twist in my favorite show, and he smiled and enjoyed every second of it. I woke up in the middle of the night with a sudden bout of insane inspiration, and he helped me get untangled from bed and to the drafting table without getting myself injured.
Every day he kisses me and tells me I am beautiful, and his eyes mean it. I have gray hairs, wrinkles in the corners of my eyes, and rarely get out of my pajamas. I'm usually covered in splashes of paint and followed by half the animals in my house, and he still sees me as beautiful as the day we met.
It took me a long time to embrace who I was. He helped me, my kids helped me, my dad helped me... but in the end I was the one who had to stop and really evaluate how I felt about myself and why I didn't like myself. It was kind of funny to realize that who I was, was someone I liked. Someone I would want to be friends with. I was me, beautiful and uniquely me...
... and that suits me just fine.
Release Date: 6.20.19