Hello, beautiful! Welcome to Windy’s Charmed Life, where the drinks are always cold, flip flops are mandatory and YOU are on the VIP Guest List. Yes, you!
Before we begin our tour around the place, let’s address the elephant, errr, flamingo in the room.
What’s up with the flamingos?
What’s the deal with flamingos, you ask? My love affair with the flamingo started at a young age. I mean, they are giant, pink birds who look cool standing on one leg. How can you not love them? And, they are super social creatures who hang with their flock. They prefer to be in a large flock, the bigger the better. Best of all, a flock of flamingos is called a flamboyance! For reals! A Flamboyance of Flamingos.
But flamingo flight is what I find so endearing. Yes, they fly. They can fly up to 35 mph. And they look like complete jackasses while they are doing it. Their long necks stretch out past their bodies and those long legs dangle past their tails. But no one told them they look silly; so they just fly!
Flamingos know how to live! And, here, in Windy’s Charmed Life, I welcome you to the Flamboyance and strive to help you find your inner flamingo and just fly. Or at least show you pretty jewelry!
Ok, I get the flamingos, but what’s this really about?
I’m Windy, your Origami Owl® designer and wannabe cheerleader. I believe that everyone has the right and ability to feel beautiful, that laughter is the best medicine and we are all here for a reason.
My message is love and my method is jewelry. Weird, I know, but stay with me. I was instantly drawn to the product of Origami Owl (oooohhh, shiny), but fell in love with the mission, vision and opportunity. The mission of Origami Owl is to be a Force for Good, to love, inspire and motivate people of all ages to reach their dreams and empower them to make a difference in the lives of others. Powerful stuff! When I read be a force for good, I knew I had found my flamboyance.
Windy’s Charmed Life was designed to give you advice on how to care for your jewelry, share new products and designs and give you tips that will hopefully help you rock your own Origami Owl business. Have a question? Let me know!