Monday, May 18, 2009

And we will call it this land

I was tickled today to open a package to find this:

I had ordered some special Firefly-inspired jewelry from the online site JLHJewelry. When I turned onto my road this afternoon and saw the mailbox slightly open, I couldn't help but hope that it had arrived. I had first found her site months ago, but the piece I wanted was not available. On a whim, on May 14, I googled "Inara Jaynestown jewelry". The site came up and behold, there was the piece with an updated posting dated May 14, 2009. I was so excited I checked the calendar to make sure I really knew what day it was. I then emailed the owner as fast as my little hands could type explaining the Browncoat wedding bit and hoping beyond hope that someone else hadn't spied my prize first. Thankfully, I received an email that same day telling me they were all mine. Yippee!

So, when on a Monday afternoon, I spied that semi-open mailbox cover, I was already excited. But when I opened the envelope and saw them. It was all too cute. So much so, that I almost didn't notice these:

The box containing my piece was carefully stamped with notices from the 'verse. Wow, I'm am definitely impressed now. It's really all in the details.

1 comment:

  1. Glad you enjoyed it! I got the idea from Heather, who knits Jayne hats over at and ships them complete with straw and a letter from Jayne's mother. I designed some of my own postmarks and stamps and had them custom made over at .