“Shakespeare wrote King Lear during a plague.” I’ve thought about this phrase a lot. It’s likely that if we were to ask William Shakespeare what he would have thought about this, he wouldn’t be impressed at all. After all, King Lear is a play, and part of the point of a play is that it is seen.
I feel so much gratitude during this time to still be working with In Her Shoes, to have my nifty little Chromebook, and to have my internet connection. I hope and pray that others can find small things to be grateful for and immerse themselves in hobbies. I hope you enjoy my article.
Claire is in Week 9 of the Youth Employment Program. We invited them to write about their experience at In Her Shoes. We are humbled that they would trust us with this raw and eloquently written piece.
After dabbling in a bit of stone setting and starting a small cabochon collection of my own, I have just barely touched the surface of all that is gemstones. But after a few weeks at In Her Shoes, I have come to recognize several pieces that are one-of-a-kind sterling silver with semi precious stones. These are some of my findings...