Oh, the thrill! This is the first (and hopefully not last) time I'm able to get online from our new home. Internet connection is somewhat feeble here, so I'm thankful for the automatic draft saving function. Also, for some reason I'm able to post and moderate comments, but I can't view my blog (or other blogger blogs, as a matter of fact) - and therefore I can only hope the new poll I added to my sidebar works and looks well.
If you take a look, you'll see it's a poll that asks how often you wear your wedding ring. My wedding ring is one of my most treasured possessions, and I rarely take it off - only during showers or when I'm doing dishes or washing the floor. During other household tasks, such as grocery shopping, doing laundry, or putting some order around the house, it usually stays on. I even keep it on when I sleep, and so does my husband with his ring. I hope my liking for it will grow even as its newness fades, just as I hope and pray my love for my husband will continue to grow and develop as years pass.
So, how often do you wear your wedding ring? Do you always keep it on? Do you sometimes or always leave it in your bedside drawer? If you want to add to what you stated in the poll, or can't find a suitable answer within the poll's options, I'd love to read your comments.
My husband hurried off to work some time ago, and after walking him to the door I sat down and had breakfast with a leisurely cup of tea, checking emails. Soon I will have to sign off and get going, as the amount of work around here seems to have piled up to something like mount Everest in the days when we have been absent.
I wish you all the most wonderful day (or night - depending on your time zone!); I also wish you all the most beautiful spring/summer (or autumn/winter - again, depending exactly where on the globe you are located). I hope to get my hands on a digital camera soon, to share some more pictures of our gorgeous surroundings. It's getting very hot around here already. Summer has always been my favorite season.
Warmly, your friend,
Mrs. Anna T