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From: betty
Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2007 10:55 PM
Subject: Betty - - Discount Prices on Healing Crystals, Minerals & Tumbled Stones


Thank you for my recent order, I am looking forward to receiving it.  I know you have a busy website and are asked many questions, but could you please help me on this one.  I have (had) a beautiful Amethyst Wand, maybe four or more inches, that I ordered maybe two or so years ago.  Through wear and tear it has broken in half.  I know I should probably just dispose of it, but don't know how, and it does seem a shame to do so. 

Is it ever possible to have them "repaired" in any way, or do you just somehow say "good-bye?"  Probably is a silly question, but seems a shame to just let it go.  Thank you.




It's good to hear from you.   I am sorry for the slow reply, but we were short-handed this week and I'm just now catching up on my emails.  I can relate to your situation.  Over the years, I have collected many beautiful crystals and sometimes one of them gets dropped or broken.   Even if the form has changed, the crystal itself can still be useful.   It no longer will be a good wand for you, but perhaps it can still serve you in other ways.  You can use it for meditation.   House and yard grids are really fun if you want to use them for that.   You can even set them in a planter on the soil and watch to see how the plant likes it.   If you wish to put it to rest, you can also bury it in your yard, near a garden or special spot or to hold a property line in the ground. 

I hope that you find a good home for your crystal and we look forward to hearing from you again soon.

Love and Harmony,

Shawn Adler

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