|Mr. & Mrs. Troy Curtis|
Recently, I was asked, "Do you have a memorable sale of a piece of jewelry?" The answer, "YES!!!" I know exactly the situation! Undoubtedly, the most memorable sale that I have had took place in 2005. We had a jewelry booth set up at the Coburg Antique Faire in Oregon. A group of young women, approximately 25 – 30 years of age, came into the booth. They were all talking about their husbands and fiances’, and this one girl picked up a light blue rhinestone necklace and said, “Wouldn’t this look great with a wedding dress?” At the time,(unbeknownst to me) she didn't have someone special in her life, but was dreaming of the day she would marry. Off they went to another booth. Approximately an hour later, this girls friend came to the booth, picked up the necklace and purchased it.
|Picture of Heather included in the Manilla Envelope|
I didn't really know it was my favorite until nearly a year after the initial sale. Here's the story according to the Bride's friend that was on the back of the Wedding Program (please forgive the spots on the program - I've shared this story with so many people, and it's taken a toll on this poor program):
|Back of the Wedding Program|
I'm not really sure where Heather is now, but I have shared this story with many family, friends and acquaintances. This was my most memorable sale. It was more than just selling a piece of jewelry, it was a story of true love and friendship....as story of hope, inspiration and the power of prayer! Where every you are Heather Taylor Curtis, I pray that your marriage is blessed with much love, family and friends! I am positive this story has blessed many other lives....including mine!