A reference to excitement and energy, one of the earliest allusions to "over the moon" was Charles Molloy's The Coquet, 1718: "Tis he! I know him now: I shall jump over the Moon for Joy!" But a modern interpretation might be this: to be 'over the moon' is to have reached for it in the first place. Never stop reaching.
Two strands, three dreamy blues: the 'blue flash' of faceted moonstone, faceted blue chalcedony and pale blue pearls. Senior-friendly magnetic clasp. (Extra length to allow space for bulkier stones.)