Hi all especially the wise ladies and fathers with daughters.
Client has a packet of nice opals to be set into rings and earrings.
Not a problem.
Problem is he has 3 teenage daughters who have seen the stones.
I can guess what will happen next as to who gets which ones.
My thoughts are
1 That I should tell the young ladies which stones suit which young
Make a fuss over them in the show room and make them feel special.
And so avoid the sh*t fight.
2 The dad should make the choice, saying some sh*t like these are
the ones I chose for you because yada yada.
This is the best way matching stones to people. BUT THESE ARE
I only have one daughter but if I had 3 and was in this situation it
would be WAR between them.
And it would be Dad who loses in the end.
Any advice would be great as I don’t want 3 gen whatever having it
out in the show room.
These are very polite and charming young ladies, but when it comes
Recent birthday card from son. On front “You are the best dad. I am
not pulling your leg.” Open card “Because I remember what happens
when I pulled your finger!”
Any advice would be most helpful.