So you’re ready to pop the question to your girlfriend. You’ve planned the perfect night and have envisioned in your mind her big smile when she says yes. It’s time to go shopping for a ring. Here are three tips for choosing the perfect engagement ring for your fiance.
If your girlfriend has a sense of humor…and a sense of adventure, you could also buy her land. Yes, land! Land in each of the 50 states too. You won’t be buying real land simply one square inch in any or all of the states. She’ll get a deed to each piece of her estate but cannot build on it, and it holds zero investment value, but she won’t have to pay taxes on it, nor upkeep it either. But she’ll probably ask you to take you from state to state one day and visit her properties? This is available only on the Internet and is bound to surprise her.
And then over the hill, they all came with the pack of hounds, of the number that came, he could not count. The fangs of the great boar had pierced his skin; the wounds were deep and insidious.
But the king dashed forward–time after time, chasing the mad boar, that raced over the mounds, and across the slopes, bogs and meadows–descending into the Sacred Valley of Lihterb. And it bit his back, as it had leaped and attacked, the feet of his horse, and the better of his two hounds stood back, as the horse collapsed, the other ran off.
One of the most popular shapes for diamond s is the Round shape. Yes, this is a round stone indeed. As seen from above, that is. The shape names are based on how the diamonds look from above. Easy to remember! The flat sides on the rocks are called facets. Those facets are the reason why a diamond sparkles as they let in the light. The light reflects (based on how the diamond is cut) and this is why there’s that sparkle. With the Round shape you can customize a lot of other things when it comes to the diamond. For example the color and clarity, which is more difficult than with other diamond shapes. Another popular shape is the Princess. The shape looks like a square from above.
OK let’s get started! You will probably get your tiles from a DIY store which is fine but do check out the local papers for tile warehouses in your area – they will have much more on display and can offer you good discounts. You should be able to source your adhesive, grout and tools from the same retailer.
If hiking is not your thing and you would rather pedal your way through Hawaii, you will not be left out. Haleakala offers a downhill ride that is very enjoyable in both exercise and scenery. Then there is the Garden of the Gods on Lanai. This looks like the surface of the moon with very colorful rocks.
But that’s still not all. You can also enjoy camping, windsurfing, whale watching and more. This list just goes on and on. So when you are planning your next Hawaiian vacation, plan on doing something, rather than nothing.