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Aug 8, 2009

It's back!!!! | Utah photographer

The band on my ring broke so it's been at the jewelers getting fixed. It was finished a couple of weeks ago, but since our jeweler is downtown, I didn't get a chance to go get it until today.

It's amazing how much I missed wearing it! I love my ring so much! I love that the center stone is set down into the ring (I think it's called a bezel setting) so that I don't have to worry about catching it on things.

I remember the moment I first saw it. David and I picked it out together and it was exactly what I wanted. We had to wait for it to be ready for us, and David didn't want me to know when it was done. I kept asking him everyday if it was ready yet, but he just kept saying no. Then one night before he went to rehearsal for "Love is for the Byrds" at Hale Theater, he took me to Temple Square, got down on one knee in front of the Tabernacle, and asked me to marry him. He pulled out my gorgeous ring, and quoted a line from one of our favorite plays "The Hasty Heart"....."I give you my heart, for it does me no good without you". *swoon!!!*

And today my ring looks just like it did that night. So shiny and sparkly!!!! But I love it even more today than I did that night almost 12 years ago. Because now it holds so many memories and so much time spent with the man I love more and more everyday. ♥♥♥

Until next time... Jami

2 Comments.....I Love Comments!:

Steph said...

Sweet story Jami!

April said...

Yay, glad it's back!
So I was reading some of your stories on NILMDTS and I just have to say that you are so amazing for being a part of that. I had a friend who had a still birth at 39 weeks and I know she would have really benefitted from that program. I'm glad that I know about it so I can pass the word along. I'm sure it is so hard, but so rewarding knowing you are helping these families! Way to go Jami :)