||[Apr. 6th, 2012|05:30 pm]
The Question Club
|When I was at Hampton Court in 2010 I bought This necklace. Anne Boleyn, and Renaissance/Late Medieval History, has fascinated me for a long term and in the three years preceding my visit I was working on a research project around her, yada yada yada. To surmise, buying the necklace and actually visiting Hampton Court (I'm from Australia) was a MASSIVE deal for me. Ergo, the necklace had a great deal of emotional value even though it didn't cost much. </background>
Unfortunately, when I got back to Australia, I accidentally broke one of the hanging beads off. Around the same time, my life fell seriously apart. I also stopped my research and stopped writing. Now, nearly two years since buying the necklace, I've mostly put my life back together. However, my necklace is still broken but I want to wear it again. But...
- Should I get my necklace repaired? On the upside, it would be bought in England but on the downside, it'd cost nearly as much to repair as to buy a new one. Also the "pearl" would probably have a glue stain.
- Should I buy a brand new necklace? It'd be unstained and I could probably order a custom one with real pearls and metal as opposed to beads and plastic. On the downside, it wouldn't have been bought in England at Hampton Court.
What should I do? Money isn't really too much of an issue either way.
I just finished The Hunger Games series... what should I read next?