Fifty8 Acres | For the wild at heart
Beautiful words on jewelry, ornaments, bookmarks, magnets, journals, tableware, t-shirts, and anything else that's not nailed down. We go weak in the knees for vast wide open anywhere, but especially Montana.
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For the wild at heart

For the wild at heart - Fifty8 Acres

For the wild at heart

This might sound a little strange, but we think about you a lot. (Yes, you.) It’s easy enough for us to tell our own story, to share what makes us light up and to weave this thread of a dream through each idea for something new to make and send out into the world.

But in order to create things that we think you might love, we put a lot of stock in this belief that we share some common ground with you. Sure, we all have different jobs and houses and cars and families, but this is something else. No matter how your life looks on the outside, I like to think that there’s a piece of you that wishes to live in a cabin that nudges the shore of an alpine lake or sits squarely between mountain ranges, with views in every direction. That beautiful words leave their mark on you, or that you look up at the night sky more than most. That moonrise stirs an unnamed part of you. That you seek. That there’s something wild and wordless in your DNA.

We wouldn’t ever try to create things with everyone in mind. That would be an impossible and pointless effort. But we do want to turn your head. [pullquote position=”right”]I like to think that there’s a piece of you that wishes to live in a cabin that nudges the shore of an alpine lake or sits squarely between mountain ranges, with views in every direction. That beautiful words leave their mark on you, or that you look up at the night sky more than most. That moonrise stirs an unnamed part of you. That you seek. That there’s something wild and wordless in your DNA. [/pullquote]

And so we have a little something to ask. You probably know by know that we like to put words on things. I’ve barely started to make a dent in the vast collection of beautiful quotations I’ve been hoarding for ages, but there’s always room for that collection to grow.

So I would love it if you would share one or a few of your favorites, focusing on quotes that are on the short side, small enough to add to a shirt or a necklace. There’s a good chance some of those words will end up on one of our pieces, and that’s pretty cool.

The comments are open below, so share away, and feel free to invite your friends to jump in on this, too (see those Share the goodness! buttons below? It rocks our when day when you use them, truly, and thank you!).

I’ll get things started with this, from Walt Whitman. It’s too long for a necklace, but just right for here:

Afoot and light-hearted, I take to the open road,
Healthy, free, the world before me,
The long brown path before me, leading wherever I choose.

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Jennifer
2 Comments
  • Caren
    Reply

    “In wildness is the preservation of the world.” ~ Henry David Thoreau

    April 11, 2014 at 10:53 pm

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