Tania Carriere | Celebrate What's Right With the World

by Tania Carriere

February 02, 2019

I’m inspired by a baby who infected my mindspace on a long-haul flight recently. As we all tried to find the patience to wait through an extended delay, buckled-in and caught up in inconvenience and worry, we tensed at the squawk that let us know that a baby a couple rows back had woken up. I sat in dread, sure a delay coupled with a crying baby might just push me over the edge. 

When all of a sudden… READ MORE

 
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by Tania Carriere

January 12, 2019

It’s the small things.

Maybe it was because of the long flight, the punishing jet lag and the refrain “it will all feel better once I get there” but when I opened the little fridge and I noticed that someone had deliberately… READ MORE

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by Tania Carriere

December 29, 2018

There is an irrefutable truth about silver. Regardless of the degree of ornateness, the careful craftsmanship or the beauty of the design, silver will oxidize and tarnish. It will loose its shine. Its beauty will become hard to see, putting its value in doubt. 

It is not a fault but rather a necessary occurrence; glory indiscernibly begins to fade. The patina is lost. Handled and exposed, the delicate carvings, the… READ MORE

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