Austin to Africa, Brasil to the Bay. It was fun to follow another American's adventures in Mozambique, through job changes and travels and new kittens and even a wedding!One of the first blogs Mommy started following was
Well, Ms. Ali not only writes, but also creates fantastic jewelry using local Mozambican materials! You can see examples of her art on her blog, and there are just a few items left in her etsy shop, also. I am drooling over the stuff; how I love me some bling!
And she's been kind enough to contribute a beautiful pair of earrings to Operation Love Zimbabwe. These are made from sterling silver and 300-year-old trade beads from Mozambique Island. Here's a photo of them, though it doesn't quite do the colors justice. Thanks, Ali!
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If you haven't already, please take a look at the Introduction to Operation Love Zimbabwe and check around this site for other posts on Zimbabwe. And spread the word - we are trying to make a difference in the lives of Zimbabweans!