The little charms represent the various places she has traveled and lived, including Texas, France and Japan. The tiny abacus on the right reminds me of a real one that we had hanging in my childhood home. As a kid, I learned to count on the abacus and as an adult I simply played with it for fun. This bracelet also has a replica Lieutenant Colonel's leaf and Army seal representing my mother's role as an officer's wife as well as my father's rank in the military. I am a big fan of silhouettes and there are three on this bracelet for my brother, sister and me. Each has our name and birth date on it and now I wear a similar little boy silhouette charm with Cameron's name on a necklace (to be seen in a future blog). I purchased this charm bracelet shortly after I found out I was having a little boy. I love it because it has a little compartment to hold a lock of hair or a baby's tooth in it, though I will put neither one in it. Instead, the little compartment holds my wishes, making the space unlimited. My Junior League charm bracelet was an addition when I reached 10 years of service with the League and became a Sustainer. I have a few other charm bracelets that I have purchased or have been given along the way, but these are three of my favorites. What do the charms on your bracelet represent?