/ˌsɛrənˈdɪpɪti/ Show Spelled[ser-uhn-dip-i-tee]
1.an aptitude for making desirable discoveries by accident.
2.good fortune; luck: It's such sweet serendipity finding that perfect nail polish.
Aside from the ever present clouds and threat of rain I think spring has finally arrived. The daffodils and tulips are spent and my flowering fruit trees are leaving drifts of petals on the drive way. The robins are all in high gear for nesting material and bugs.
When I first put on For Audrey I was taken back to my childhood when a robin built her next rather low in a tree in our front yard. My brother and I would wait for the mommy bird to fly off for food and ever so carefully climb up to peek over the edge to count the blue gems snuggled into the down of the nest. (I'd like to add that no harm was done, the eggs hatched and the birdies grew up and flew away.) It's been a while since I've seen a robins egg first hand but this color epitomizes spring to me.
This color was actually based off of Tiffany's blue, yes, "that" Tiffany's, as in Breakfast At... and much like another classic (Wedgwood) blue I feel this color will be around for our enjoyment for a long time. Soft but not too pale it can easily make the shift through winter, spring and summer and for some maybe even into fall.
Here I have 2/3 coats and as with most of my China Glaze polishes, application was a dream.
As with all my Worth Repeating colors, China Glaze For Audrey is still readily available and under $12. If you haven't added this lovely color to your collection as of yet I do highly recommend it.
Thanks so much for stopping by and reading and I do so enjoy getting your comments. Until next time, have a lovely day!