Post # 17
I feel your awkwardness. A ring I’ve been drooling over just went on sale for Christmas and I want to get it so bad. Having a hard time justifying spending that much on myself though. Especially when an engagement ring might be coming soon. Even on sale it’s pretty damn expensive.
Post # 18
I see no problem with buying myself jewelry. I do it all the time! No need to wait for a guy to buy it for me. If I want a pretty RHR, I’m geting it!!
Post # 19
- Wedding: September 2014 - Manhattan Church Rec Center
I actually started wearing rings when the feeling got too strong. It started with a $3 ring. then my grandma got me a nice white sapphire/cz and silver ring. and that satisfied me in the materialistic sense, but i couldn’t “trick” myself into thinking it is something other then what it is. every time i slipped it onto my left ring finger i felt the alarm bells run off it my head and i changed it back, I attribute it to my pointer finger being a size 7 and my ring finger being a size 5.
I liked wearing the rings because it got my mind away from the materialistic aspect and i started wanting the PROMISE of engagement more. I even got myself a Bee ring off Etsy just because i wanted it. My SO even bought it for me because I am his Hunnie Bee.
Word up, if you want it and you can afford it and have no intention of passing it off as an e-ring, even in your own head, then get it! you deserve it!
Post # 20
Last year my Grandad died and my Gran gave me some money with strict instructions not to save it, or pay bills or do anything sensible with it. I decided to buy a beautiful RHR to remember him by. The ring I picked out is techincally an engagement ring. I love looking at it every day. It makes me feel excited about one day getting an e-ring. Treat yourself! My BF even said that when it came to an e ring it would be hard to beat my RHR! ha ha.