In this episode, Pat Finn and I continue our off-the-cuff exploration of the significance of fine jewelry, including a pretty sweet story about Pat's late friend, the legendary Chris Farley, and his love of gift-giving. We get a little sentimental,...
In this episode, Pat Finn and I continue our off-the-cuff exploration of the significance of fine jewelry, including a pretty sweet story about Pat's late friend, the legendary Chris Farley, and his love of gift-giving. We get a little sentimental, but it's cool, because that's one of the unexpected powers of jewelry: it can connect us to our past and the people we love the most.
Jewelry is more than just shiny trinkets, and we talk about how fine jewelry becomes physical representations of unforgettable moments and intense emotions.
Okay, yeah...it's a bit deep, but you won't need a tissue. No tears were shed in the recording of this episode. This isn't about sad stories. It's a more of a quick reality check about why jewelry is, in fact, a necessity in our lives.
Grab a drink, sit back, and decide if you agree with us.
Here is Pat's IMDB link: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0278156/
His company is Improv+Ability: https://www.improv-ability.com/
Reach out to him via email if you have questions: email@example.com
If you want to talk with me personally you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm happy to personally help you find the right jewelry for your special occasion, or put you in touch with a jewelry pro that's closer to home.
Or, you can shop online at my jewelry store right here: https://www.koehnjewelry.com/
Music credits: Preacher Man by Miles Neilson and The Rusted Hearts, used with permission. A killer band with original songs that get stuck in your head. They're awesome.
Listen To Preacher Man on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/7ImcaJKIk0ZVtPzuUVV4vc?si=80581c74a9be4987