Here is my closest approximation:
sexy, and colorful.
She also brought to my attention that I STILL don't have an etsy store up. So, my delimma (without going into too much detail) is that in order to be able to sell my beads in good faith I have to put them through what is called an annealing process. For this you need a kiln. I don't have one of my own (try I'm about $1000 too poor) but I thought I had access to one. But that kiln was moved from its home, and supposedly not up and running. So then my incredibly talented fiance was going to make one. Well, that may be a ways off, and I'm about $300 too poor for that. But, I am sick of all the beads just haning out in the basement (although the MJ beads started a choir with the goddess beads. I should really make them some instruments) so...
I am going to find another temporary solution. Monday. (hold me accountable because I'm much better at doing things when I'm constantly being yelled at)
First- I an going to check on the eta of the kiln I was going to borrow. If I can't use it in the coming week, I will seek out any possible glass artist and beg and wave around some mulah.
Well, thanks for reading my ramblings. I'm off to go fishing with my man! Have a great weekend :)