White women are still "very much" wan...

White women are still "very much" wanted and needed by White men

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Aussie Bob

Adelaide, Australia

#1 Sep 1, 2012
We will not give up on you.
Aussie Bob

Adelaide, Australia

#2 Sep 1, 2012
White people will remain proud, distinct & beautiful for eternity.

Small-minded people like the Jewish & African American communities will not stand in the way of our rightful "racial sovereignty", they will not dictate to us the course of our fate.

That is our conscious decision to make & "ours alone". They will learn to respect our boundaries & we will enjoy teaching them. Do not doubt it.
Aussie Bob

Adelaide, Australia

#3 Sep 1, 2012
It would be nice to see that there are other White guys out there who would also be willing to "show some love" for our beautiful White females.

95% of the White guys I have known & met are deeply respectful to our females as well as females from other cultures as well. Most White men are true gentlemen in my opinion.

America is a difficult place for modern White males to grow up & make their contribution, but White males and females have conducted themselves with class & integrity for the most part.

I am genuinely "proud to be White" & I feel no need to make any secret about either. I am a true man & I am a free man, wouldn't have it any other way. Best wishes & peace be with y'all.
Lady MoonShineDown

Springfield, NJ

#5 Sep 12, 2012
Aussie Bob wrote:
It would be nice to see that there are other White guys out there who would also be willing to "show some love" for our beautiful White females.

95% of the White guys I have known & met are deeply respectful to our females as well as females from other cultures as well. Most White men are true gentlemen in my opinion.

America is a difficult place for modern White males to grow up & make their contribution, but White males and females have conducted themselves with class & integrity for the most part.

I am genuinely "proud to be White" & I feel no need to make any secret about either. I am a true man & I am a free man, wouldn't have it any other way. Best wishes & peace be with y'all.
As a Proud White Woman, I thank you, and I also wholeheartedly agree. My White fiancé, who is a listener, considerate, loving, supportive, kind, patient, honest, humble, romantic, funny, faithful, thoughtful, intelligent, educated, very well-to-do family company-owning man, who could not treat me in a *better* way even if he *tried* to outdo himself. He *still* never ceases to surprise and dazzle me with *all* of the big and little things that you can imagine and more, and he *always* puts me before himself. We have practically *everything* in common, and I *cannot* remember the last time that we had a disagreement / argument. He was *my rock* during the breast cancer / reconstructive surgeries. I have known him since I was 15 (I am now 29), and I have known how *blessed* I am to have him in my life as I do, for a *long* time now. I *love, cherish, and respect* him, and *never* take him or our relationship for granted (he is the same way). I *cannot* wait to spend the *rest of my life* with him and *start a family* with him.

I could go on and on... and *on* LoL, with a nearly infinite amount of examples, but I think that I have made enough of a point. ;)

What more could a girl *possibly* ask for??:D
Prescot

Fremont, CA

#6 Sep 12, 2012
Aussie Bob wrote:
We will not give up on you.
Well, white women have given up on you.
In a recent survey in the UK, white female brits adored the features of black men over white men.

Take a look at the high divorce rates between whites.
White women are throwing white men away like the trash we all know you are.

:)
Prescot

Fremont, CA

#7 Sep 12, 2012
Lady MoonShineDown wrote:
<quoted text>
As a Proud White Woman, I thank you, and I also wholeheartedly agree. My White fiancé, who is a listener, considerate, loving, supportive, kind, patient, honest, humble, romantic, funny, faithful, thoughtful, intelligent, educated, very well-to-do family company-owning man, who could not treat me in a *better* way even if he *tried* to outdo himself. He *still* never ceases to surprise and dazzle me with *all* of the big and little things that you can imagine and more, and he *always* puts me before himself. We have practically *everything* in common, and I *cannot* remember the last time that we had a disagreement / argument. He was *my rock* during the breast cancer / reconstructive surgeries. I have known him since I was 15 (I am now 29), and I have known how *blessed* I am to have him in my life as I do, for a *long* time now. I *love, cherish, and respect* him, and *never* take him or our relationship for granted (he is the same way). I *cannot* wait to spend the *rest of my life* with him and *start a family* with him.
I could go on and on... and *on* LoL, with a nearly infinite amount of examples, but I think that I have made enough of a point. ;)
What more could a girl *possibly* ask for??:D
I do think you are proud of you finding a man to settle down with. However, i don't see anything remotely attractive about white women.
Black, latino and some asian women a far more attractive and have the body to sport.

Have you ever seen a black woman's shape and body in a pair of jeans?

God did bless black women with everything other women wish they had.

I love my black woman:)

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#9 Sep 12, 2012
Aussie Bob wrote:
It would be nice to see that there are other White guys out there who would also be willing to "show some love" for our beautiful White females.
95% of the White guys I have known & met are deeply respectful to our females as well as females from other cultures as well. Most White men are true gentlemen in my opinion.
America is a difficult place for modern White males to grow up & make their contribution, but White males and females have conducted themselves with class & integrity for the most part.
I am genuinely "proud to be White" & I feel no need to make any secret about either. I am a true man & I am a free man, wouldn't have it any other way. Best wishes & peace be with y'all.
Well of course white women are "still 'very much' wanted and needed by White men." Maybe you've been looking at the AAF too much and all the intra-racial gender hatred has rubbed off on you. It's like on that forum, whenever a black person has relationship problems with their black partner, their solution is almost always to ditch all the opposite gender of their race and go find a partner of a non-black race. It's crazy to me.

But yeah, I agree with you that most white men (and women) have been raised right.

Although I cannot really say that "America is a difficult place for modern White males to grow up & make their contribution" when compared to other places. I've feel I've been pretty blessed.

What really gets me is talk of "Old White Men." They are always making jabs at The Old White Men. But The Old White Men never go away.:)
Aussie Bob

Leabrook, Australia

#10 Sep 12, 2012
Lady MoonShineDown wrote:
<quoted text>As a Proud White Woman, I thank you, and I also wholeheartedly agree. My White fiancé, who is a listener, considerate, loving, supportive, kind, patient, honest, humble, romantic, funny, faithful, thoughtful, intelligent, educated, very well-to-do family company-owning man, who could not treat me in a *better* way even if he *tried* to outdo himself. He *still* never ceases to surprise and dazzle me with *all* of the big and little things that you can imagine and more, and he *always* puts me before himself. We have practically *everything* in common, and I *cannot* remember the last time that we had a disagreement / argument. He was *my rock* during the breast cancer / reconstructive surgeries. I have known him since I was 15 (I am now 29), and I have known how *blessed* I am to have him in my life as I do, for a *long* time now. I *love, cherish, and respect* him, and *never* take him or our relationship for granted (he is the same way). I *cannot* wait to spend the *rest of my life* with him and *start a family* with him.

I could go on and on... and *on* LoL, with a nearly infinite amount of examples, but I think that I have made enough of a point. ;)

What more could a girl *possibly* ask for??:D
He sounds like a true gentleman. You are certainly deserving of as much as well. I was pleased to read your story. I made this thread as a reminder for the guys & gals who feel that special-someone isn't out there for them. I wanted people to know "there is still hope". Your lovely story illustrated that perfectly. God bless you both. That was very inspirational, thanks ;-)
Aussie Bob

Leabrook, Australia

#11 Sep 12, 2012
Walter Henrickson wrote:
<quoted text>Well of course white women are "still 'very much' wanted and needed by White men." Maybe you've been looking at the AAF too much and all the intra-racial gender hatred has rubbed off on you. It's like on that forum, whenever a black person has relationship problems with their black partner, their solution is almost always to ditch all the opposite gender of their race and go find a partner of a non-black race. It's crazy to me.

But yeah, I agree with you that most white men (and women) have been raised right.

Although I cannot really say that "America is a difficult place for modern White males to grow up & make their contribution" when compared to other places. I've feel I've been pretty blessed.

What really gets me is talk of "Old White Men." They are always making jabs at The Old White Men. But The Old White Men never go away.:)
I used to go to that forum, yes. It is bad for your health to spend too long there I suspect. You are correct in your assumption. Many young Anglos only seem to visit that forum & the messages they see there are not at all reflective of the kind Anglo society I grew up in. I just wanted to let the "disenchanted people" know that there is still lots of great opportunities out there for them as well. Thank you for making those points Walt.
Aussie Bob

Leabrook, Australia

#12 Sep 12, 2012
Prescot wrote:
<quoted text>I do think you are proud of you finding a man to settle down with. However, i don't see anything remotely attractive about white women.
Black, latino and some asian women a far more attractive and have the body to sport.

Have you ever seen a black woman's shape and body in a pair of jeans?

God did bless black women with everything other women wish they had.

I love my black woman:)
You sound like a chauvinistic pig who is only interested in one thing. "Anonymous proxy" is not an honest look for you either bud.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#13 Sep 12, 2012
Aussie Bob wrote:
<quoted text>
I used to go to that forum, yes. It is bad for your health to spend too long there I suspect. You are correct in your assumption. Many young Anglos only seem to visit that forum & the messages they see there are not at all reflective of the kind Anglo society I grew up in. I just wanted to let the "disenchanted people" know that there is still lots of great opportunities out there for them as well. Thank you for making those points Walt.
Yeah. I still don't remember how I found the AAF, but it started with the "White pride thread!=)". Then I remember seeing all the B.S. on there and it was just too funny. But sometimes it's really just sad too.

I agree with you about Lady MoonShineDown and her fiance's love story. It's beautiful. I am married to a wonderful wife. She is so beautiful, sharp as a tack, and steadily devoted. She's a rock. See ya!
Lady MoonShineDown

Springfield, NJ

#14 Sep 12, 2012
Prescot wrote:
<quoted text>I do think you are proud of you finding a man to settle down with. However, i don't see anything remotely attractive about white women.
Black, latino and some asian women a far more attractive and have the body to sport.

Have you ever seen a black woman's shape and body in a pair of jeans?

God did bless black women with everything other women wish they had.

I love my black woman:)
Everyone has their preferences, and that's completely normal. It's good to be happy and proud. I noticed something in your post, though, that is in stark contrast with mine:

I wrote a list that I could keep adding to of everything that I love about my fiancé, but *did not once* mention his looks. Your post, however, mentions nothing *but* looks. Of course, my fiancé is *gorgeous*: he's tall and thin; has pale skin; has light brown, with honey tints, long hair to the bottom of his shoulderblades (which I *adore*); has unbelievable cheekbones; wonderful light brown eyes with gold flecks. He is my ideal. He thinks the same of me (he *never* stops telling me how *beautiful* I am, and he enjoys pointing out the guys that are "appreciating me" while we are out), but when looks ever fade, our love for each other will *never* fade, because our relationship is not based soley upon our looks.(That's an "initial attraction" thing, and then a bonus.) We look forward to growing old with each other, and I'd *much* rather read the things that you love about your girlfriend *besides* the way that she looks in a pair of jeans.

God didn't "bless black women with everything other women wish they had"; He blessed people with a very wide range of attraction. I am *more* than perfectly happy with my looks, including *but not restricted to* my clear,*quite* pale skin; shining, long, soft, reddish-copper hair; bright bluish-green eyes (they seem to change color from blue to green based on various things); small-boned frame yet still having some height; being *quite* thin; having very long legs and fingers; high cheekbones, a tiny waist. I'm 29, but I'm gifted with that "still barely looks legal" thing that *all* girls want. I get that from both of my parents.(I've even had people question the validity of my driver's license *more than once* due to my age opposed to my looks, to my delight.) The only plastic surgery I've *ever* had was *reconstructive* surgery after a bilateral mastectomy (breast cancer), and I cannot conceive of altering myself in *any* way. Obviously, reconstructive surgery to put me back to where I originally was does *not* count towards having "vanity cosmetic surgery". In fact, the bilateral mastectomy and subsequent reconstruction is the *only* thing that I'm still mentally and emotionally reconciling myself with, and it would be *unnatural* if I didn't have to deal with and get used to that.

What you say that you love about black women is what I've heard others say that they *dislike* about black women. Like I said, everyone has their normal, natural preferences, and I'm sure that you know that you *cannot* speak for everyone.:)
Lady MoonShineDown

Springfield, NJ

#15 Sep 12, 2012
Prescot wrote:
<quoted text>Well, white women have given up on you.
In a recent survey in the UK, white female brits adored the features of black men over white men.

Take a look at the high divorce rates between whites.
White women are throwing white men away like the trash we all know you are.

:)
There's no need for pointless, untrue insults like that. What does it accomplish?

My parents have been *very* happily married for 32 years, and my fiancé's parents are the same, but with some years tacked on (they are a little older than my parents).

I completely expect to have a beautiful, full marriage with my fiancé-- if nothing has gone awry in 15 years, going through the "hardest" years of dating (teens, 20's), then I don't think that we will have any problems after marriage. I have always told myself that I would wait until I was 30 to get married and eventually have children, and he respected that. We are *both* looking forward to being married, very much. When he proposed to me with a *perfect* 1ct princess cut diamond in a platinum band (I can't remember the setting's name, I'd never seen it before; I have to ask) from Tiffany & Co (you can't get any better than Tiffany's!; have you ever seen the classic movie "Breakfast At Tiffany's" with Audrey Hepburn?), he had *tears in his eyes* as he was down on one knee. We were in Ireland (he had engraved on the *outside* of the ring-- the setting is *perfect* for that-- is "only you, and you alone" in Irish Gaelic), standing within the circle of Ballynacarriga Castle ruin's one last remaining turret of four, which is *high* up atop a rocky hill, with the original stone steps leading up.:) We have just returned from Ireland again, and had visited "our place", of course. We'll also honeymoon in Ireland, as we are *in love* with it, and want property in the Southwest, where my great-grandmother happened to have been born and raised.:)

If you look up Ballynacarriga Castle ruins and the turret ruin, I'm positive that you can see pictures.(I have plenty.)

It *scares* me to think of how much he spent on that ring to make me happy! He said that I *deserved* it, and *more*. Our wedding bands are picked out-- matching and *not* lavishly decorated, as they are not only jewelry but *precious symbols*-- both are just simple, wide platinum bands, also from Tiffany & Co.:) We will be having those engraved on the inside (they're smooth round, unlike my engagement ring, which I can only compare to a smooth, thick-getting thinner towards the edge ring of Saturn, in a way, and is perfect for *outside* engraving). We can't *wait* to be wearing them!

We White women have *not* given up on our men, in any way, shape or form! In fact, the only person in my family that I can think of who had a divorce, including my parents (obviously), my four aunts and both sets of grandparents, is my cousin; she was divorced from a *black* guy. I have a wonderful family, and I *miss* my grandparents.
Aussie Bob

Leabrook, Australia

#16 Sep 13, 2012
Lady MoonShineDown wrote:
<quoted text>There's no need for pointless, untrue insults like that. What does it accomplish?

My parents have been *very* happily married for 32 years, and my fiancé's parents are the same, but with some years tacked on (they are a little older than my parents).

I completely expect to have a beautiful, full marriage with my fiancé-- if nothing has gone awry in 15 years, going through the "hardest" years of dating (teens, 20's), then I don't think that we will have any problems after marriage. I have always told myself that I would wait until I was 30 to get married and eventually have children, and he respected that. We are *both* looking forward to being married, very much. When he proposed to me with a *perfect* 1ct princess cut diamond in a platinum band (I can't remember the setting's name, I'd never seen it before; I have to ask) from Tiffany & Co (you can't get any better than Tiffany's!; have you ever seen the classic movie "Breakfast At Tiffany's" with Audrey Hepburn?), he had *tears in his eyes* as he was down on one knee. We were in Ireland (he had engraved on the *outside* of the ring-- the setting is *perfect* for that-- is "only you, and you alone" in Irish Gaelic), standing within the circle of Ballynacarriga Castle ruin's one last remaining turret of four, which is *high* up atop a rocky hill, with the original stone steps leading up.:) We have just returned from Ireland again, and had visited "our place", of course. We'll also honeymoon in Ireland, as we are *in love* with it, and want property in the Southwest, where my great-grandmother happened to have been born and raised.:)

If you look up Ballynacarriga Castle ruins and the turret ruin, I'm positive that you can see pictures.(I have plenty.)

It *scares* me to think of how much he spent on that ring to make me happy! He said that I *deserved* it, and *more*. Our wedding bands are picked out-- matching and *not* lavishly decorated, as they are not only jewelry but *precious symbols*-- both are just simple, wide platinum bands, also from Tiffany & Co.:) We will be having those engraved on the inside (they're smooth round, unlike my engagement ring, which I can only compare to a smooth, thick-getting thinner towards the edge ring of Saturn, in a way, and is perfect for *outside* engraving). We can't *wait* to be wearing them!

We White women have *not* given up on our men, in any way, shape or form! In fact, the only person in my family that I can think of who had a divorce, including my parents (obviously), my four aunts and both sets of grandparents, is my cousin; she was divorced from a *black* guy. I have a wonderful family, and I *miss* my grandparents.
I miss my grandparents as well. You and Walt have wonderful lives with obviously loving partners & you are both thoroughly deserving. I need to find my Miss Perfect as well, can't rush these things though. Tick tock, tick tock.
Lady MoonShineDown

Springfield, NJ

#17 Sep 13, 2012
Aussie Bob wrote:
<quoted text>I miss my grandparents as well. You and Walt have wonderful lives with obviously loving partners & you are both thoroughly deserving. I need to find my Miss Perfect as well, can't rush these things though. Tick tock, tick tock.
Ohh, of course not, there's no rush.:) Look at me; I've known this guy for half of my life, and I *stiIl* won't be married till I'm 30! That's *precisely* because I thought, "there's no rush, and no use in rushing into things."

I'm sure that Walter will agree that at some point in a relationship, you will *know* that you don't want *this one* to "get away", and she will feel the same about *you*.:) I knew, long before he had proposed or we had started making some long-term decisions "together", that we would end up married. I don't know how to explain it, other than "imagining being *without* that person actually *hurts*".

You'll find the right person, don't worry about *that*!:) Someday, I reccomend making the proposal very memorable. I remember mine constantly, and even have a rock from the ground there that I had picked up afterwards. A beautiful spot outdoors (if she likes that kind of thing) is *really* nice; you don't have to leave the country like I did, either!(We didn't need to leave the US, but he planned it that way.) There *have* to be *simply amazing* places in Australia (a place that I *must* visit someday!). If she likes fancy restaurants or something, maybe you could take her ballroom dancing... the point is, play on her likes. I *adore* Ireland, traveling, romance, ancient ruins, lonely places, places that feel old and wild, views from hilltops, had always wanted something from Tiffany's, etc... and he spent *two years* planning all eight and more.:D The proposal was actually supposed to happen in a *different* place, but it had been raining too hard LoL, and he had to "wing it" the next day! I *still* assure him that it was more than *perfect*!

If you can completely surprise her,*even better*. I wasn't expecting it, not "just like that", standing in that turret (which is a circle, but only half of the turret is left... we were outside, but still *in* something).

I type too much, sorry-- I use the Topix app on my iPhone and get carried away "typing". The point is,*don't worry*. You sound like a great guy, including the threads that you make. You'll obviously treat someone *very* well someday.:)

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#18 Sep 13, 2012
Lady MoonShineDown wrote:
<quoted text>
There's no need for pointless, untrue insults like that. What does it accomplish?
My parents have been *very* happily married for 32 years, and my fiancé's parents are the same, but with some years tacked on (they are a little older than my parents).
I completely expect to have a beautiful, full marriage with my fiancé-- if nothing has gone awry in 15 years, going through the "hardest" years of dating (teens, 20's), then I don't think that we will have any problems after marriage. I have always told myself that I would wait until I was 30 to get married and eventually have children, and he respected that. We are *both* looking forward to being married, very much. When he proposed to me with a *perfect* 1ct princess cut diamond in a platinum band (I can't remember the setting's name, I'd never seen it before; I have to ask) from Tiffany & Co (you can't get any better than Tiffany's!; have you ever seen the classic movie "Breakfast At Tiffany's" with Audrey Hepburn?), he had *tears in his eyes* as he was down on one knee. We were in Ireland (he had engraved on the *outside* of the ring-- the setting is *perfect* for that-- is "only you, and you alone" in Irish Gaelic), standing within the circle of Ballynacarriga Castle ruin's one last remaining turret of four, which is *high* up atop a rocky hill, with the original stone steps leading up.:) We have just returned from Ireland again, and had visited "our place", of course. We'll also honeymoon in Ireland, as we are *in love* with it, and want property in the Southwest, where my great-grandmother happened to have been born and raised.:)
If you look up Ballynacarriga Castle ruins and the turret ruin, I'm positive that you can see pictures.(I have plenty.)
It *scares* me to think of how much he spent on that ring to make me happy! He said that I *deserved* it, and *more*. Our wedding bands are picked out-- matching and *not* lavishly decorated, as they are not only jewelry but *precious symbols*-- both are just simple, wide platinum bands, also from Tiffany & Co.:) We will be having those engraved on the inside (they're smooth round, unlike my engagement ring, which I can only compare to a smooth, thick-getting thinner towards the edge ring of Saturn, in a way, and is perfect for *outside* engraving). We can't *wait* to be wearing them!
We White women have *not* given up on our men, in any way, shape or form! In fact, the only person in my family that I can think of who had a divorce, including my parents (obviously), my four aunts and both sets of grandparents, is my cousin; she was divorced from a *black* guy. I have a wonderful family, and I *miss* my grandparents.
That was so beautiful.

I really liked how he engraved the outside of the ring in Irish Gaelic "only you, and you alone."

And I also really like this: "Our wedding bands are picked out-- matching and *not* lavishly decorated, as they are not only jewelry but *precious symbols*"

I love reading your posts.:)
Aussie Bob

Leabrook, Australia

#19 Sep 13, 2012
Walter Henrickson wrote:
<quoted text>That was so beautiful.

I really liked how he engraved the outside of the ring in Irish Gaelic "only you, and you alone."

And I also really like this: "Our wedding bands are picked out-- matching and *not* lavishly decorated, as they are not only jewelry but *precious symbols*"

I love reading your posts.:)
Me too. Her posts are very uplifting. It is the kind of stuff that reminds people "true romance" is still out there. We need more of that in this worlds of ours.
Aussie Bob

Leabrook, Australia

#20 Sep 13, 2012
Lady MoonShineDown wrote:
<quoted text>Ohh, of course not, there's no rush.:) Look at me; I've known this guy for half of my life, and I *stiIl* won't be married till I'm 30! That's *precisely* because I thought, "there's no rush, and no use in rushing into things."

I'm sure that Walter will agree that at some point in a relationship, you will *know* that you don't want *this one* to "get away", and she will feel the same about *you*.:) I knew, long before he had proposed or we had started making some long-term decisions "together", that we would end up married. I don't know how to explain it, other than "imagining being *without* that person actually *hurts*".

You'll find the right person, don't worry about *that*!:) Someday, I reccomend making the proposal very memorable. I remember mine constantly, and even have a rock from the ground there that I had picked up afterwards. A beautiful spot outdoors (if she likes that kind of thing) is *really* nice; you don't have to leave the country like I did, either!(We didn't need to leave the US, but he planned it that way.) There *have* to be *simply amazing* places in Australia (a place that I *must* visit someday!). If she likes fancy restaurants or something, maybe you could take her ballroom dancing... the point is, play on her likes. I *adore* Ireland, traveling, romance, ancient ruins, lonely places, places that feel old and wild, views from hilltops, had always wanted something from Tiffany's, etc... and he spent *two years* planning all eight and more.:D The proposal was actually supposed to happen in a *different* place, but it had been raining too hard LoL, and he had to "wing it" the next day! I *still* assure him that it was more than *perfect*!

If you can completely surprise her,*even better*. I wasn't expecting it, not "just like that", standing in that turret (which is a circle, but only half of the turret is left... we were outside, but still *in* something).

I type too much, sorry-- I use the Topix app on my iPhone and get carried away "typing". The point is,*don't worry*. You sound like a great guy, including the threads that you make. You'll obviously treat someone *very* well someday.:)
It is so fast typing on the iPhone isn't it. I get carried away all the time. Your words are very wise and extremely valuable to me. Thank you. One day, I will take your advice and make my proposal as unique, appropriate & romantic as my mind can conjure. That advice is "solid gold", cheers ;-)
Lady MoonShineDown

Springfield, NJ

#21 Sep 13, 2012
Walter Henrickson wrote:
<quoted text>That was so beautiful.

I really liked how he engraved the outside of the ring in Irish Gaelic "only you, and you alone."

And I also really like this: "Our wedding bands are picked out-- matching and *not* lavishly decorated, as they are not only jewelry but *precious symbols*"

I love reading your posts.:)
Awww, Walter, you're so sweet, and obviously a born romantic. I'm so happy that I've "met" you, and I think that it'd be great to exchange e-mails (once I can PM you... I have *got* to break down and make an account!).*Thank you*-- for the comment about my brothers and me, too.:D My "oldest" younger brother, the "middle kid", said to my fiancé after we were engaged: "I'm glad it was you, and I can't wait to have you as my brother-in-law. I know you'll take care of my sister, and I won't have to worry anymore".(They're good friends, as he is with my youngest brother, who is *really* quiet!) He must've meant worrying about me falling for the wrong guy. Anyway, as always, your post means *a lot*! I love reading *your* posts, too-- and I'm *so* happy for you and your wife!:)

If you ever want to surprise your wife with a ring, necklace pendant or locket, feel free to use "only you, and you alone" as an engraving, because it's amazing in *every* language, and I guarantee you that she'd *love* it! ;)*I* certainly did. I cried even *harder* when he told me what the Irish Gaelic meant.:)

My engagement ring is not decorated, either-- aside from the princess cut diamond and engraving. The setting is just simply perfect for being engraved on the *outside* because of it's odd shape; the engraved words will never be scratched, and if I wear it the right way, they'll be reflected in the wedding band. We decided that the wedding bands should also be smooth and undecorated (aside from engraving the *inside*), for the reason that I mentioned; it sets it aside from all other jewelry, and shows them as sacred symbols, not merely decorations on your fingers. As a bonus, it also won't detract from the *gorgeous* diamond. ;)

I have to either ask Tiffany's what the setting's name is, or look through the certificate papers that came with the ring. I think that it would say it there.

I'd love for you to see a picture of it.:)
Lady MoonShineDown

Springfield, NJ

#22 Sep 13, 2012
Aussie Bob wrote:
<quoted text>Me too. Her posts are very uplifting. It is the kind of stuff that reminds people "true romance" is still out there. We need more of that in this worlds of ours.
Ohhh, you're sweet, too!:D

*These* kinds of posts here also show the *girls* out there that romance and chivalry is *not* dead. I don't care *how* "feminist" a girl claims to be: they *all* still want a guy who is old-fashioned, romantic, opens doors for them, plans special surprises (even small ones!), is "the protector" and head of the household, etc, etc. Girls just need *good* guys who won't abuse any of that.

I personally think that too much of that "feminist" stuff is not good for a relationship; even detrimental to one. Sure, I'm intelligent, well-educated, and could care for myself financially, but everything that I *truly love* about my life- things that I couldn't live without- would be gone if I acted like "I don't need a man!". I think it hurts relationships, because men want *to* romance, and women want to *be* romanced (to put it shortly and succinctly). These new, strange "role reversals" don't make sense to me, even though I'm completely in a situation where I could be a "feminazi". I say, let what comes naturally just *happen* in a relationship.:)

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