As a Canadian, I too, have become enthralled with the legend of Tiffany. A couple of weeks ago I had myself a goof-off day.
Goof off day
A goof off day was when I had a day off in the middle of the week. I put all my responsibilities and "to do" lists away and headed out to go to where my heart took me.
This was a different meandering than my typical blog meandering, this was in my little car and an empty wallet (on purpose). I set out to a mall I hadn't been to for a good three years. Odd, for someone like me but then again not so when you recognize I hate battling crowds and near crash parking episodes.
I did have one item that needed to be taken care of: my iPad mini had stopped working so I wanted to go to the only Apple Store in Calgary for them to have a look to see what had happened to my dearly beloved iBooks.
Reading is my tool de force and admitted addiction. My Apple iPad Mini had stalled and I had purchased books on it. Goodness me, thankfully it was not in the middle of reading one of my secret vices: thrillers.
Once I had the mighty techie from Apple fix my iPad all up and off to go, it was time for me to head off to my hearts desire: discovery. Right beside The Apple Store was Tiffany's. Not even when I was in New York did I go into Tiffany's and realized this was what a goof off day was all about: go where my heart and soul wanted to go.
I have always known that any smart man knows that his proposal to his bride to be has to include a gasp, a cry of gratitude and exclamation over beauty that automatically accompanies the blue box. One can't help that any hesitation or reservation on saying "I do" is automatically wiped away from the mere sight of the blue box.
Join me for a journey celebrating what any gal any age dreams of owning ..... something from Tiffany.
Crowned with a white ribbon, the Tiffany Blue Box is an international symbol of style and sophistication.
The legend of Tiffany's
(except from www.tiffany.com)
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