Happy Friday, everyone! I hope everyone had a fun and safe 4th of July for those who celebrate – I had a pretty chill time, lounging by the pool, and gabbing/texting to my friends because B proposed yesterday morning! I had absolutely no idea!!
Okay, so obviously my nose grew a few notches, but I was excited nonetheless. He’s actually had the ring for a bit of time, so how this man didn’t just give it to me prior due to my
nagging curious inquiries says a lot about his patience – he’s a keeper, indeed!
We’ve also decided we don’t really like calling each other fiance/fiancee, so we’ve reached consensus in calling each other our sidekick. 😉
The icing on the cake is that earlier this week, I went ahead and sent my prospective bridesmaids some homemade cookies to “sweeten the deal” when I asked them if they’d be my bridesmaid, and the two friends that I thought might say no since their due dates are pretty close to my prospective wedding date replied with a resounding yes! So I was pretty stoked and felt completely loved.
So I actually have a question that I thought I would ask the PF community about, and that’s ring insurance. Is this really necessary, and do PF’ers insure their rings/jewelry (or would you)? On one hand, I suppose I should since I would be really bummed if it was lost or stolen. But on the other, at times things like ring insurance seems like these over the top things in life that just seems… well, it’s just perplexing to me. A shining example is when I heard on the radio that this kid had a birthday party at his house, there was a bouncy house and one of the guests injured him/herself, the parent of the injured kid sued, and they won the case. So a lawyer came on and said that liability waivers and umbrella insurance would be a good idea to avoid cases like these. Has the world gone mad?! I just don’t remember having to worry about stuff like this back in my day.
Anyway, I’m curious to know what your take is on ring insurance. I hope everyone has a nice weekend!