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Story of the Blues


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Some examples of blue stones include aquamarine, azurite, blue lace agate, boulder opal, chalcedony, lapis lazuli, sapphire, topaz and blue zircon. Shown below are pictures of some common and uncommon blue color stones. The links below provide more information about a specific gemstone, pictures of jewelry made with the stone, or its corresponding birthstone facts.

Blue is seen as a calming color and wearing a pendant, ring or earrings with blue gemstones can help increase your peace, faith and creative expression. Blue is the color of the element of Water. It symbolizes the ocean, sleep, the sky, and twilight. Blue is considered pacifying and refreshing, calming and healing and it is thought to promote psychism, patience and happiness.

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Free Online Library: Blue willow story plates. My grade 5 students first read the Willow Pattern story, viewed pieces of Willow Pattern china and then chose their own part of the story to illustrate.

In each life there are moments when time stops. This is a story about one of those moments, the moment Sue McCollum, founder of My Blue Dots, was told she had breast cancer. At that moment Sue decided to transform this blue dot symbol of fear into one of hope, healing, and health. This video tells the . We hope Sue's story will inspire you to be proud of your blue dots and share your blue dots story to encourage healing, hope and health.