If you are here reading this, you have probably fallen victim to an extremely addictive game in the past. You know what I mean. Those ones that keep you in front of your computer for hours at a time trying to beat your previous score that seems next to impossible.
Be sure you choose rings that can surely flatter your future bride’s hand while she wears it. Consider the dimensions and shapes of your ring options. Check out local jewelry shops and be sure you have seen every piece. From all these pieces, you may choose which ones suit your taste and which of them don’t.
I.Small Talk Goes a Long Way…: Conversations are based on verbal give and take. It may help you to prepare questions you have for the person you are meeting for the first time beforehand. Or, take a few minutes to learn something about the person you meet for the first time before you get together. For instance, does he play golf? Does she work with a local charitable foundation? Is there anything that you know of that you have in common with the person you are meeting? If so, this can be a great way to open the conversation and to keep it flowing.
Diamonds may be the most well liked stone for engagem ent rings, but there are many beautiful shapes that your bride-to-be might prefer. Ask what shape she’d like best. You can have her select from pear, oval, emerald, princess, marquis, trilliant and heart-shaped cuts for the GSI vs. GIA or stone.
Through coincidence, someone new to us may resemble someone from our pasts. A mannerism or physical likeness might remind us of somebody else altogether. It is human nature, I think, for our brains to associate the new person with that old impression of another one altogether. What might help distinguish us from certain animals may be our ability to reason and try to overcome our more primitive instincts of association.
But a picture of perfection – whether it’s real or not – is no competition whatsoever for a living, breathing, fragrant woman sitting next to a man at a restaurant. Or pressed slightly against him in the elevator. Perfection can go hang; you are up close and personal.
In one of these side alleys I met a painter with his own gallery who offered me to some sweet tea and a discussion. We got to talking about Chefchaouen. Turns out, they painted these walls blue because it makes the suns reflection off the building much easier. Some other locals I met prefer a much more interesting story behind these mysterious walls. In the end, my words do not do justice to the magnificence of this true gem of a town. I strongly urge you to travel there for yourself and experience the harmonic beauty that will silence your mind and light up your face in blissful awe.