Post # 1
My wedding is in 20 days and my ring is gone. I feel heartbroken sick and whatever other feelings that I can’t even describe. To make it worse I lost it yesterday morning, noticed 2 hours before we were getting ready to leave for my bachelorette day. I never take it off to shower but I’m starting to think that it might have slipped off in there. I have torn apart my house, even been keeping an eye on my dogs poop but it’s no where. 3 weeks before my wedding and I won’t be getting married wearing the ring my fiancé got for me. We have it insured, I work for the company but they don’t give you the option to go to the samejeweler they use their own and my ring was specially designed for me. I’m just so sad. I know it’s something that can be replaced but it just sucks 🙁
Post # 3
argh I’m so sorry! could it have fallen in the sink? maybe it’s caught in the shower drain? arrghh!
Post # 4
My Fiance has already taken apart all of the drains but hasn’t found it 🙁
Post # 5
@Leonard2B: aww im so sorry to hear this that sucks ; ( have you looked down the drain of your shower? i hope you find it.
Post # 6
Aww, that sucks! 🙁
Whenever I’m looking for something, it’s only when I give up and start looking for something else I’ve lost that I end up finding the thing I was originally looking for.
It sounds crazy/impractical, but it usually works for me.
I really hope you find it! Good luck!
Post # 8
@Regina Phalange: Yes! Fiance wear his ring all of the time and a month or so ago he was moving something outside and came in very upset because he had lost his ring. We searched the yard, side yard, planters, grass, patio, windowsills etc etc.
We eventually bought him another ring.
A month or so goes by and we have guests over for a bbq and the wife walks over with his ring in her hand. She was outside maybe 1 minutes before she found it on the ground.
@Leonard2B: I’m sorry this has happened. I hope you find it!
Post # 10
Ugh, that’s the worst. I’m so sorry *hug* 🙁
Post # 11
I’m so sorry. This is why I take off my rings as soon as I get home. There’s just so many more places for it to go missing than when I’m out and don’t take off my rings.