(Closed) Surprise reproposal from the most romantic man EVER!!!

posted 5 years ago in Rings
Post # 32
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Blushing bee

Yipeebee:  

Oh sorry, for some reason when I read your thread, you said “Proposal” so I thought you gonna get married soon. My mistake, apology…. My husband went to work very early today, so when he left, I wake up too. And I play on my laptop. My brain must still be sleeping at the time when I wrote that last reply…. I totally didn’t see the Wedding: May 2014 next to your username, sorry.

Wow, you already married one year and your husband still propose to you “again”? Whoa!!!! What a romantic guy he is!!…. Prffffff, my husband is far far from romantic, Lol!…. I don’t see him do romantic things like your husband.

Im a picky girl, I only like jasmine flowers. I’m gonna tell my husband to get me a jasmine pot, so I can plant and water….. My wedding gold band is only 3mm, and to be frank; I want to change it to 4mm, but isn’t that kind of weird? Who would be be changing their wedding band?…. My husband have big hand, so he wear the 6mm one. When we went ring shopping, I thought the 3mm was perfect for my hand, but now I want a 4mm, Argg!!

I admire you, you have such a great husband, a romantic one too…. Love love your ring, it GORGEOUS!!!…. If you go to the bathroom, turn on the batroom light. Under the bathroom light it will give off alot more sparkles than bedroom lights…. love your ring.

Post # 33
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11100 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: City, State

What a dear sweet man!  Congratulations!  And your ring is absolutely stunning!

Post # 34
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1994 posts
Buzzing bee

Very pretty ring!!

Post # 35
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216 posts
Helper bee

Soooo sweet! 

Post # 40
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2007 - City, State

Yipeebee:  that’s so sweet.. And beautiful ring!!!! Congrats!! So fun! 

Post # 42
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

Yipeebee:  Beautiful ring! And nice to read a happy story on here after so many threads about broken engagements and other sad topics. 🙂 But if I may say so, unless the stone has a GIA certificate of origin report that proves the sapphire is from Sri Lanka from a specific time period with a specific deep color and set of inclusions, “Ceylon” is just used as a trade term by people who don’t know better, or who know better but choose to use it anyway. What you do have is a very pretty blue sapphire from a guy who loves you, and that’s worth more than “Ceylon.” 🙂  

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