|Debbie and Henry waltzing at our wedding|
When Henry's mom died she wanted her ashes to be scattered in Lake Superior. The night of her memorial was beautiful; a rainbow appeared as her ashes were poured into the lake, and the sunset was probably the most incredible one I've ever seen. On a whim, Henry picked up some driftwood, as a way to take a bit of this place home with him, and to keep a physical reminder of where his mom now rests.
We decided to use a piece of the driftwood to make a necklace. Henry carved it into a teardrop, to symbolize Lake Superior. I think it turned out perfect. I'm honored to wear it.