Susan Finch Designs…

I usually don’t endorse products, especially those on my blog or on Facebook, but I have a talented friend, Susan, whom I have known for more than fifty years, who now lives in Washington, D.C., where she arranges hotel reservations for groups and organizations and creates her own line of earrings.

Though Susan didn’t ask me to help promote her jewelry, I chose to do it because of her talent as a designer and, frankly, because of our old friendship. I’ll include some basic info with some photos of earrings Susan has recently designed.

Earrings $8 to $20 plus $3.50 shipping. Free shipping on orders above $50. No website but can send photos. All wires are sterling, only real gemstones (like garnet, labradorite) used. Will do custom work. Will repair and refurbish. Can turn old necklaces into updated dazzlers.

E-mail is the best method for contacting Susan and placing orders:

Email: SusanJaneFinch@gmail.com

She does beautiful work.   JB

About John

John Bolinger was born and raised in Northwest Indiana, where he attended Ball State University and Purdue University, receiving his BA and MA from those schools. Then he taught English and French for thirty-five years at Morton High School in Hammond, Indiana before moving to Colorado. He spends his winters in Pompano Beach, Florida. Besides COME SEPTEMBER, Journey of a High School Teacher, John's other books are ALL MY LAZY RIVERS, an Indiana Childhood, and COME ON, FLUFFY, THIS AIN'T NO BALLET, a Novel on Coming of Age, all available on Amazon.com as paperbacks and Kindle books. Alternately funny and touching, COME SEPTEMBER, conveys the story of every high school teacher’s struggle to enlighten both himself and his pupils, encountering along the way, battles with colleagues, administrators, and parents through a parade of characters that include a freshman boy for whom the faculty code name is “Spawn of Satan,” to a senior girl whose water breaks during a pop-quiz over THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS. Through social change and the relentless march of technology, the human element remains constant in the book’s personal, entertaining, and sympathetic portraits of faculty, students, parents, and others. The audience for this book will certainly include school teachers everywhere, teenagers, parents of teens, as well as anyone who appreciates that blend of humor and pathos with which the world of public education is drenched. The drive of the story is the narrator's struggle to become the best teacher he can be. The book is filled with advice for young teachers based upon experience of the writer, advice that will never be found in college methods classes. Another of John's recent books is Mum's the Word: Secrets of a Family. It is the story of his alcoholic father and the family's efforts to deal with or hide the fact. Though a serious treatment of the horrors of alcoholism, the book also entertains in its descriptions of the father during his best times and the humor of the family's attempts to create a façade for the outside world. All John's books are available as paperbacks and Kindle readers on Amazon, and also as paperbacks at Barnes & Noble. John's sixth and most recent book, Growing Old in America: Notes from a Codger was released on June 15, 2014.
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