August: the time of the year when outdoors becomes a world of wonderful possibilities. A place to run through a country road, to fly a kite with your kids, or just sit on a porch and swing to enjoy a refreshing breeze. The memorable family trips to the beach, going for mushrooms, and taking the August days on when the living is easy. Lucky August's birthday-babies know how to decorate the birthday parties in great outdoors.
These long sunny days are perfect for adventure time and lookout for such opportunities, wherever they may present themselves!
Thursday, August 4, 2016
When hearing the word Sapphire many people immediately envision a stunning violet-blue gemstone because the word “Sapphire” is Greek means ‘blue.’ For centuries, the Sapphire has been referred to as the ultimate blue gemstone. Since Ancient times, the blue Sapphire represented a promise of honesty, loyalty, purity and trust. Today to keep up with this tradition, Sapphires are one of the most popular engagement gemstones. Sapphire is found in many parts of the world, but the most prized Sapphires are from Myanmar (Burma), Kashmir and Sri Lanka. Sapphires with highly saturated violet-blue color and “velvety” or “sleepy” transparency are very rare. The purer the blue of the Sapphire, the greater the price. However, many people find that the darker hues of Sapphire can be just as appealing. Sapphires are not only blue, they come in almost every color of the rainbow: pink, yellow, orange, peach, and violet colors. The most sought-after color fancy Sapphire is the rare and beautiful Padparadscha: a pink-orange corundum with a distinctive salmon color reminiscent of a tropical sunset. These ultra-rare, ultra-expensive stones are among the most desirable gems in the world.