Did you know that sea glass (aka beach glass) is often referred to as Mermaid Tears???? The Legend of Mermaid Tears
The most well known legend states that Neptune, the watchful god of the sea, forbid the sea maidens to use their abilities to change the course of nature. One night, during a horrible storm, one of the mermaids weathered the crossings for a ship. She had, over time, grown to fall in love with the ship’s captain from afar. When she calmed the wind and waves to save the man’s life, Neptune angrily exiled her to the depths of the ocean. She was condemned for eternity and ordered never to swim to the surface again. Still, today, her brightly gleaming tears wash up on the shore as seaglass as a reminder of her true love.
Another legend states that each time a sailor drowned at sea, the mermaids would cry. The seaglass that washed ashore was actually their tears. Some believe that the color of the tears a mermaid would shed would match the color of her fin.
It seems magical that the ocean can transform old, unwanted glass that has been tossed away, into glistening gems that wash up on the beach. This is what makes collecting and designing jewelry from these gems so special!
Wear your very own Long Island Mermaid Tear Necklace
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We love heading to @carodeosalinas because we get to sneak in a little ocean/beach time along with a great Rodeo- kinda like this tooled leather belt 😉Come visit our booth July 18th-22nd under the grandstands. #rodeofashion
So one thing I absolutely love about doTERRA is BOGO week. Once or twice a year for five days Buy One Get One free oils are offered!! This is a great time to sign up for a membership, so that you can pay for the oils at wholesale rather than retail.
Today’s first BOGO of the week is Serenity. If you purchase Serenity you receive Lavender free.
Today only! Send me a message if you have any questions.