Post # 1
- Wedding: September 2014 - Manhattan Church Rec Center
He is feeling so guilty. We got our rings off fancy sellers on Esty. His ring was a really cool lightweight titanium that was about $250 two years ago. Any advice on replacement rings or similar stories?
Post # 2
My Dad lost over 3 rings in only a few years. He gave up on wearing one. When I was a kid, I had no idea that men even had wedding rings haha.
For your Darling Husband, if it was just an accident (as in, unlikely to happen again), he could just get the same one again if it’s still available?
Post # 3
My first husband lost his ring in the ocean pretty soon, I think it was within a year or so of us getting married. He went without a ring for a few years, then one day my aunt heard the story and gave him a silver ring off her finger LOL and he wore that one.
Post # 4
What drain was it? If it was a kitchen sink, and water hasn’t been run down it yet, there’s a good chance if you disassemble the pipe underneath you may find the ring caught in the Y. We’ve done this.
Post # 5
We just got married in Feb, so no lost rings yet! I am SUPER careful – but at first, Darling Husband was not. I’d find his ring all over the place; he wasn’t used to it, so he took it off to do basically anything (wash his hands, make a sandwich, etc.) so I’d find it sitting in the kitchen, or on the floor in the bathroom. I got pretty irritated and told him to either keep it on, or find a designated spot to keep it! We bought each others’ rings, and his ring cost about the same as both my e-ring and wedding band together, so I’d be pretty upset if it was lost 🙁
Post # 6
Sapphire-Dreamer: Have you checked the U in the pipeline?