Ok, so I’m late to the party (as usual)🙈
Apparently March is ‘Meet the Maker’ month, so I’m going to try and catch up and I hope you enjoy getting to know a bit more about myself and Seaberry Moon 😍
I’ve been asked a lot about how I came up with the name for my business, Seaberry Moon. Last year I went to Seaham beach in County Durham because it’s a world renowned beach amongst sea glass geeks. The moment I stepped out of my car and saw the beach I felt as though I’d arrived home. It’s a hard feeling to describe... I felt like I’d found a piece of me that I hadn’t even known I’d been missing, and at the same time I felt like I’d known this beach forever. Yeah - told you I was a geek 🤪 and all that before I even found a piece of sea glass!
I came home early because COVID was gaining momentum (?!) and oh my goodness - did I feel utterly robbed of that last day 😞
Driving home I felt as though I’d left a piece of my soul behind. I knew already that I was going to make more than just Christmas presents for my family 😆 I knew I was going to start a business, and I wanted a name that would reflect my new found passion.
It took a while to settle on a name, but it had to be right and once I launched there would be no turning back.
‘Seaberry’ is actually a plant but I use it as a 'fruit of the sea' and also because the sea glass at Seaham is literally like little berries of glass. ‘Moon’ not only governs the tides, it's also the same wherever you go (or at least in the same phase) which feels like a connection of sorts to the place I felt such affinity with. Seaberry Moon also sounds pretty darn great, in my opinion 🤩
So, that was my brand introduction! Make sure you’re settings are set to follow me so you don’t miss my ramblings about ’Style’. Alternatively, turn off notifications for the month if you feel you lost a few minutes of your life that you can never get back 🙈🤣🤓