Thursday, June 16, 2011

Saint Invites You to Touch the Life of Little Henney Bee

Dear Saint by Sarah Jane lovers and Sarah's Blog readers,

We have been blessed by an opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of a family, and we want you to be a part of it.

Recently, we received the following email from one of our loyal Saint by Sarah Jane customers:

"Hi. My mom, grandma, daughter, niece and I all own Saint jewelry and absolutely love the design, but especially the meaning. My 3 1/2-year-old son is in treatment in NYC for neuroblastoma, a rare and aggressive childhood cancer. While staying at the Ronald McDonald house we have become close friends with a 2 1/2-year-old named Henley from Indiana who is also battling neuroblastoma. Her nickname is Henney Bee. She recently had a relapse. I wonder if Saint would be willing to donate a petite bee necklace to help encourage this sweet little girl. If you want to read about her visit She is even in a bee outfit. I think you will fall in love. Our kids have become friends as have her mom and I. Please consider this gift to a family who needs all the encouragement they can get. Thank you."

When we read this story, Saint decided to do two things: 1.) We have named our newest piece of bee jewelry the Henney Honey Bee Pendant. 2.) We're going to donate 25 percent of every sale of the Henney Honey Bee Pendant pictured below directly to Henney's family. 3.) You get a 25-percent discount on this unique piece.

Please get involved with this important cause. Just click right here to purchase yours today. Let the Henney Honey Bee Pendant be a visible reminder of your love for these little ones and their families.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

You Go Girl!

Our next door neighbor's oldest daughter Maggie, is ten years old. This past fall her school offered flag football tryouts for the the first time. She and her girlfriends all thought it would be fun to tryout. Well, when Maggie showed up at tryouts the next day with her dad she found that none of her girlfriends showed up...she was the only girl there. Totally beside herself, she wanted to go home. Her dad kept encouraging her to stay and try out anyway, but she just didn't feel comfortable. Finally - her dad called her mom (who is a corporate lawyer) and told her the situation and she responded "Please put Maggie on the phone. I want to talk to her." Maggie's mom tried to talk her into at least trying out anyway and then deciding whether or not she would want to be on the team...but she needed to at least try out. Maggie was still unsure. Alas, Maggie's mom said "Look Maggie, do you think when I walk into a conference room of twenty five attorneys and I am the only woman in the room that I can turn around and leave?" Maggie said "well, I guess not." Her mom went on to explain that there is no difference and she needed to get on the field and try out!

Maggie made the team and has been the only girl on the flag football team the entire season. She is having a blast and I cannot tell you how this story gives me goosebumps!

Have a great day ladies!

Sunday, January 16, 2011


Saint suggests taking a new approach to Valentine's Day...with frogs!
Otis was created as a symbol of lasting love and friendship. His heart shaped back carries all the love in the world. So if your love tank is low (or you'd like to remind someone how much you adore them) Otis is right there to fill you up!
For more Otis Frog designs please visit our online store. Click here.
Featured: Otis Earrings with peridot heart gemstones. 18k gold and sterling silver.

Monday, January 10, 2011



Wednesday, December 29, 2010

My Favorite Christmas Day Memory

I will cut to the chase and share that it has been a challenge for my daughter Lily to "accept" her younger brother Jack into the family. They are 15.5 months apart. His arrival was not only devastating for Lily but caused her a great deal of stress, jealousy and anger, no matter how much he adored her the last two years.

The last six months have been much better. The two of them are learning how much fun they can have together and are actually playing together, laughing and sometimes even....sharing!

I need to take a moment here to collect myself... tic...toc...tic....toc!

While things are still not Disneyland, they are far better than when we first started.

My most favorite memory of Christmas 2010 will be Lily running out to the Christmas tree to see if Santa had been to our house. When she saw that he had been to our home...she bypassed all of her toys and ran straight up to a toy that she knew Jack had really wanted for Christmas (a Buzz Lightyear Doll). She grabbed the doll and dashed right into her younger brothers room and announced "Look Jackie! Santa brought you a Buzz Lightyear Doll!" It was the sweetest moment. Real progress! To see her share excitement for him made my entire day.

To see she had gotten the Christmas message "tis better to give than receive" made my heart dance. And even if she didn't get that message - I am still gonna roll w/ it! :) Ha!