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03/28/2011

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Love this. And love those three words.
I just have a really good feeling about this for you.

http://coolspotters.com/jewelry/dior-oui-ring

May this French wish ring true. Oui. Oui. Oui.

Love it! Great idea!

Brilliant idea! Faith. Action. Yes!!!

My three words are "I am enough." :-)

yah FAY!

Love it! I did something similar during my TTC journey. I had a ring like this (http://www.etsy.com/listing/57758/original-sterling-silver-posey-ring ) made for me with three words stamped on it. "conceive - grow - breathe" I wore it until my daughter was born. Now it's in a box with all the cards I received at my shower and after she was born.

What a great idea. Now to think of the exact right 3 words.

I have a ring like that two. It says "Believe"
It reminds me that dreams can come true and that anything is possible. It nice to have a little reminder

I believe in the 'eternal yes'! Great luck to you Sarah, I'm looking for the stick to say 'yes' too.

Diamonds. What a hot button issue. I specifically didn't want an engagement ring. I went with plain gold for a wedding band. I am set to inherit some diamond rings from my grandmother-in-law, and I already feel guilty. I feel even more guilty that my interest in these diamond rings depends on whether I think they are pretty or ugly.

I, too, find a ring on your finger is a great reminder. I, too, was surprised at that.

Good luck Sarah! Here's hoping the ring helps bring the joy you deserve! Xo

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