Dani is showing off her latest acquisition.
Great necklace, Dani! Where's the best place to fish for something like that?
"Why ONLINE acourse!" says she.
"But careful or yoo mite get HOOKED."
Here are a few fishy necklaces that Dani found online, from the most expensive to the least:
(P.S. Just click on the image to make it larger if you like.)
This is the most expensive because it's 14K gold. It's a little diamond-finned blowfish blowing sapphire bubbles. Ain't she cute?
This one is less expensive because it's in silver, but it's still up there because of all the semi-precious gems. The stone in the pendant is a blue topaz and the amethyst and aquamarine encrusted fish is a Betta Fish. You "betta" he's pricey!
Now this one is quite interesting though not overly costly. It's a multi-strand necklace with faux pearls, stone chips and metallic silver fish. Most of all it has a great name. It's called "The Fish and Chips" necklace. I could go for a little bit of that right now!
This simple little necklace is kind of fun -- especially if you want to get your TARP ON. The tarpon fish is dangling from what they call a "lariat" chain. So I guess instead of a fishing rod you're supposed to catch it with a rope?
And finally, we have the bare bones necklace at a rock bottom price. The necklace is rhodium plated metal and the teal stone isn't real, although it is a reel eyecatcher!
"I still likes my necklace da best" declares Dani.
"Anyway, I shur won't be swappin' dis ...
... fur dis, anytime soon!" says Dani.
But what about THIS, Dani?