Becoming the best version of yourself

This has to be under the category of “Seriously?”

on April 3, 2012

A friend sent me this link today, (thanks JK) sorta “tongue in cheek” and I just couldn’t resist sharing it here.  What will they think of next?  I suppose if you really need to do something to express yourself post divorce, this could fill the bill.  I’m not saying this is good or bad, just food for thought . . . .

So what did you do with your ring/diamond??







4 responses to “This has to be under the category of “Seriously?”

  1. Bryn says:

    In the bottom of my jewelry box. As someone said on the shine website, anyone that would buy, or make, a divorce ring……. No surprise they are divorced!

  2. LOL That’s great 🙂 Mine is still in a box hidden away. Not sure what to do with it. The one that really pains me is the ring I got for our 10th anniversary – I loved that ring 😦 It’s also in a box.

    • LT says:

      I tried to sell mine at first, but alas, the “marquise’ cut is no longer popular so I had it reset. I know how you feel about the 10th anny ring. I had really pretty studs given to me for our 25th (we renewed our vows, but affair #1 was raging at the time), and then in Jan.2006 he gave me one of those three stone “anniversary” rings – the ‘past, present and future” ring that says I’d marry you all over again?? 8 months later he left for affair #3!!
      The good news?? I’ve had them all reset, they don’t look a thing like they did. They now get steady use and offer new enjoyment of my creativity. The leftover went to my son to use as a downpayment in trade of his fiancé’s engagement ring.

      • hmm that’s a great idea. Once the pain of all of this settles I may look at how I could get that ring reset. It is also a “3 stone” anniversary ring. They are emerald cut.

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