Winter reminds me of my son and his wandering spirit.
Personally, I am more of a sunshine type of person because I cannot easily handle the bitter cold of winter.
I do however love that first snowfall.
Before everything becomes muddied and dirty looking.
Today, we had that first snowfall.
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It was a light snowfall, but enough to get me into the spirit of the holidays, and the beauty of winter.
I do love how the ice starts to slowly form on the leaves…
… and how the snow rests within the branches of the trees.
The beauty of nature is always with us, no matter what the season.
So is the innate feeling of the wandering spirit
As much as I dislike the cold, I do love to see the beauty of nature in all of its forms.
I think that is why I was so pulled toward Wanderer Bracelets.
Their line of handmade, fair trade, ethical bracelets celebrate nature, animals, and the human spirit along with the wandering spirit.
Winter always makes me think of my son because he loves the season.
He loves to go skiing, snowboarding and has such a wonderful child-like spirit.
Even in his early 20’s he still will have a snowball fight, and build snowmen.
My son has always had a wandering spirit as well.
He loves to travel, and Colorado is one of his favorite places.
I wanted to gift to him a set of Wanderer Bracelets to let him know that wherever he may be, he can always find his way back home.
I selected the Coordinates bracelet to remind him of where home is.
The Compass bracelet so he will always know where he is, and how to get back home.
And the Big Mountain bracelet because that is where one can usually find him.
Each bracelet comes in it’s own canvas pouch.
You can also select your own style of closure, tassel or button.
Whoever may be on your mind for receiving a gift like this, Wanderer Bracelets has something to offer them.
From ocean inspired charms, to celestial, to native arrows, and feathers, you will find what you are looking for.
Be sure to shop with businesses that give back this holiday season.
Shop at Wanderer Bracelets.