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At the time she was keeping the books for the hotel and James was making jewelry in his garage. He asked my mother, Roma Acton if she would be interested. God Bless them and your Family My mom works for James Avery in Burleson TX.
My dad, Dick, Was a Carpender so he asked dad if he be interested in doing a few jobs for him. Mom kept the books and Dad helped James with his projects. But even before her time there, James Avery Jewelry has been a part of my life from the very beginning. My mom had jewlery from the 70s when the only place you could buy the pieces was in a small church shop in Arlington TX.
We found it again and After that I lost it at least 3 times. The last time it disappeared I wore it to work, came home and did the chores, feeding chickens, dogs, etc. I was devastated because I did not have a clue where I could have lost it.
In my own flower bed, In a friends flowerbed and in a friends car. I went about my life, looking everywhere I could think of but no results.
My life was in turmoil but I was trying hard to keep it together.
While eating dinner at the Motel in town my mom met James.Sadly, he died in the Vietnam War, but the bracelet now has over 50 charms, as I have added a charm every year in his memory. What an incredible legacy he leaves behind and I am blessed and fortunate to own many of his pieces that he created.I have book markers, crosses, and other bracelets, some simple in design, others elegantly adorned with gold and gemstones, but all beloved, all commemorating major chapters in my life. Avery’s appreciation of the natural world, his unique insight into faith, his love of God, and his belief in the righteousness of God and His Truth. Every charm, ring, and pendant will be even more special to me.I had it for many years with no incidents but then my life began to fall apart, and when it did my ring went with it.The first time I lost it was on a hay ride for a Christmas party.