Post # 1
Okay, so last night my Boyfriend or Best Friend asked me to buy a mother’s day gift for his mum today, as I have the day off today and he’s working late. So after I went to buy the present, I couldn’t resist the temptation of stopping by Ernest Jones to have a look at rings. I found the most perfect ring ever, and even tried it on. It looked so amazing on my finger and now I really wanna show my Boyfriend or Best Friend a picture of it so he can buy it ASAP 😛
However I am not sure now is the best time as he’s stressing about job stuff…. Anyway ladies, here is a picture of the ring. It’s hard being patient 🙁
Post # 3
That is a very precious ring. It looks like something affordable. So, I wouldn’t be too stressed about pointing it out to him. Perhaps take a stroll by the store someday soon and point it out to him?
Post # 4
Very pretty! I love the two toned look that it has on the bands. I don’t see how dropping a hint about it would be terrible. Maybe you could accidentally leave a picture of it up on your computer screen for when he gets home?? hehe…
Post # 5
I like the swirl of the two golds; it is pretty and different. I think that there is no harm in showing him the ring in passing, though I don’t think I’d be all like “Here, look at this; you need to buy it NOW!” lol
You know you’ve been in wedding world too long when you see “Another bout of impatience” and instead of thinking “a spell of activity” (thanks Merriam Webster), you immediately think of boutonnieres and get confused…
Post # 6
This ring is only GBP500, so I am sure he’d be able to afford it without having to save too hard. Maybe I can just tell him in passing that I saw “the most amazing ring today” when I see him later, and see if he reacts.
Post # 7
In fact, the lady in the shop wrote down the number of the ring as well as my ring size on her business card, so maybe I can leave it somewhere obvious to be seen 😛
However, I think I will wait for another few months before I do that. My Boyfriend or Best Friend is having freak-out moments on a regular basis now about his job and finances (he is a worrier by nature), plus he’s depressed about the fact that he is turning 32 this summer. That’s why I am reluctant to talk about the engagement and anything wedding-related as I don’t wanna add to his stress.