It’s Football Season in Knoxville!

By Janet Edkins

Bead weaving jewelry artist channelling the healing power of Gaia's crystal & stone gifts.
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September 16, 2020

Hopefully, yes, right!? Season’s due to start September 26th, away game at South Caroline Gamecocks. Keeping all fingers and toes crossed.

So my beautiful friends, if you’re gonna watch football, and support the Vols, you might as well look fabulous doing it, be protected and supported yourself, and who cares if no one can see you cos it’s on TV and you’re wearing PJs.

Can you wear jewelry with your PJs? Of course you can, Aunty Janet said so, whoever said not.

I’m sure I’m going to gets lots of comments on what I consider to be “Go VOLS” in terms of colors & jewelry – take what you like and leave the rest. This is me being quirky, inventive, creative and basically hating the color orange, particularly UT orange! I use a lot of “close” colors, especially copper and I take liberties! All in good faith and truly wanting to support the supporters in what they love.

Go VOLS & go see for your self /go-vols/

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