When I started this blog, I posted a link to it on my older one, telling people that my posts had moved to a new address. I was actually a bit upset that so few of my old followers decided to follow my new blog. Out of 365 people, only about 35 followed this blog. :(

But in the last few days, I have gotten soooooooooooo many new followers, and so many lovely comments from all of you, I was completely amazed. You guys are so sweet, every single comment and follower really makes my day better, and that means a lot because I've had quite a bad start to 2012. I just wanted to take a moment and thank everyone who's a reader of my blog. It means the world to me that you read my ramblings. <3

Phew, getting emotional! Moving on to the post...

Like every other girl on the planet, I've always wanted a name necklace. I've been on the hunt for a few years now and they've proven to be very hard to find, until a local jeweler started making them. This year I must have been really good, because Santa surprised me with one for Christmas. :)




And no, my name is not Summer, it's Živa. Pronounced Zhee-va. I don't like it very much and it's hard to spell for foreigners, so for the purposes of this blog, I will be using the name Summer. There, now you've learned something new about me. And it's nice to meet you too. ^^ *waves*

It comes packaged in a carton box, I do wish the packaging was a bit classier. It's sterling silver and has a dainty little chain that is quite short, but that's the way I like to wear this necklace. 

I think it's absolutely beautiful, and exactly as I wanted it to be. The necklace sparkles beautifully and I have gotten compliments about it every single time I've worn it, and that's a lot! :)

Up until recently, these necklaces were super hard to find here in Slovenia, but a while ago Zlatarna Celje made a program on their website that lets you design and order a name necklace. You can check out the program here

I would definitely recommend these necklaces, they're very nice quality and look good worn with anything. The only problem is, I now want a gold one as well... It's an addiction, I tell you! :)