- 2 years ago
- Wedding: August 1987
Life is getting busy due to work and so my addiction to this site will simply have to end.
I’ve enjoyed seeing your rings, occasionally putting in a bit of advice, and (let’s be honest here) showing off my own rings.
Good luck with your engagements and weddings.
Don’t marry a man who is mean to you.
Share your money.
Share the chores.
Expect to be treated well when married, in fact even better than before you were married.
If you haven’t bought an engagement ring yet then go for a great cut so that you get the sparkle and don’t worry so much about clarity, colour and size.
When you are trying to choose an engagement style think carefully about your dream wedding band at the same time.
Diamonds (and weddings) don’t have to be big or expensive to be beautiful.
Finger coverage of around a third looks particularly chic.
Once you are married tell each other that you love each other every single day, kiss every single day and hug every single day.
If you find an exhausted bee stuck in your office and a handsome rugged charming and intelligent man comes up and rescues the bee in a jam jar and gives it a little water and a tiny bit of honey and then when the bee has recovered he sets it free, well you can’t have that man because HE’S MY HUSBAND.
Au revoir and best wishes and thanks for all the fun.