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Gibson Leather Cuff. Thin Blue Line. **SOLD!** …More on the way!

***We have more of these coming soon.  I had no idea this would be as popular as it is.  If you want one, shoot me an email to BruceGibson@aol.com and I’ll put you on the list.***

Something a little different.  The “Thin Blue Line” leather wrist cuff, or bracelet.

I had seen a few of these around, and chewed on the idea of making one for several weeks.  This is what I came up with.

This one is just over 2-inches wide.  Actual width is 2-3/16″.

This one will fit a wrist size of 6-1/2″ to 7-1/4″.  It will be a little loose on a 6-1/2″ wrist, and a little snug on a 7-1/4″ wrist.

Closure is two heavy snaps.

Made with soft, premium chap leather.  It’s very comfortable.

This is the only one I have.  If you like it, and you want it, just click the Buy Now button below.  $56.95 with free USPS Priority Mail Shipping.

***SOLD***

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“I wish I had his job. He’s living my dream.”

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Practice pieces. Carving and stamping flowers, vines and leaves.

An old friend of mine said that to my wife a few years ago.  He was a lawyer, and had been for many years.  He passed away a while back, far too young, and I was just thinking about him, and what he’d said to her about this “job” of mine.

I love what I do.  Most of the time.  I suppose most folks that have chased a dream, do.  I worked in the legal field for many years, but for me, it was like trying to nail Jello to a tree.  Constant stress, and no sense of worthy accomplishment.  Even good outcomes were intangible, and rarely, if ever, good for both sides.  I don’t miss it.

With this gig, it’s different.  It’s not all wonder and awe–it has its moments.  But, even when it’s bad, it’s awful damn good.