This is a reposting of a previous post. Amy went into the hospital and couldn’t make the bracelets. She is back and ready to make them if you are still interested.
This weekend at MBI was amazing, filled with so many Woo Woo moments that I am planning on writing them all down, but one in particular is really standing out.
I met Joda during one of the early sessions. She was raving about a beaded bracelet I had wrapped around my wrist and wanted to know where I got it.
I told her about my jewelry designing friend Amy, who has been battling MS for the past nine years, facing nasty treatments once each month that wipe her out completely. Recently her doctor recommended some additional DNA tests which may change the way they treat her disease to a much less debilitating approach. There is no guarantee, but there is hope. Naturally the cost is over $10,000. Her doctor is now helping with some creative funding sources, her parents are digging into their tapped-out bank accounts and Amy is trying to raise the remaining balance which is about $3500.
So now we go back to Phoenix. Joda and I exchanged cards and I promised to get back to her regarding the cost of the bracelet. The next day we meet again, I tell her the cost and she pulls out her money as I unwrap the bracelet from my wrist. Done deal.
Well maybe not….
That night I got to thinking that maybe there was an opportunity to help Amy in a bigger way. Maybe I could sell some of these amazing bracelets.
So yes, you guessed it, the next morning I run into Joda, who tells me that a number of her coaching friends love the bracelet and want to buy it. And then, of course, I burble that I had the exact same thought.
So here is a picture of the bracelet. It is 72 inches long and can be wrapped around your wrist as many times as you can, looped around your neck or just draped for a looser look. The cost is $70 plus $5 for shipping.
If anyone is interested, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will invoice you through PayPal and get it out to you within a week.
I am sending this out to such a great universe.
Thank you for everything.