Thursday, October 16, 2008

A Thousand Word Thursday

I'm participating in Cheaper Than Therapy's Thousand Word Thursday for the first time ever!

Here is my picture worth a thousand words:

That's Mr. Darling putting my engagement ring back on my left hand after we exchanged rings on our wedding day. :)

I'm the matron of honor in my friend's wedding this weekend, so I probably won't post again until Monday-ish. Have a fantastic weekend, all!

Love,

Tova Darling

10 comments:

Piece o' Coconut Cake said...

You said Matron! heh, heh, heh...Wouldn't that make you old? ;-) Have a great time!!

Tova Darling said...

Haha, I've been rebelling against the word "matron" ever since she first asked me to be her "matron" of honor! It makes me sound so... matronly!

LYDIA said...

You have a very nice hand Tova - very matronly.

The Mom said...

What a lovely memory!! Thanks for participating!! ;)

Glamorous Life of a House Wife said...

What a sweet moment. I love it.

Dr Zibbs said...

Very lovely hands.

Hannah Noel said...

Beautiful!! my TWT is a pic of my fiance right BEFORE he proposed and put the ring on my finger!!

Candy's daily Dandy said...

They say a picture speaks a thousand words. Yours inspires so many emotions. It is truly beautiful. Makes me almost want to do it again. I said ALMOST!!!

Kurt said...

This is a response to your last post since I've been lazy lately:

You're right about the fact that we should focus on Congress. Everyone always hates what Congress is doing for America but they always vote their guy back in because "It can't possibly be MY congressman voting those bad things into action even though I haven't read up on him at all," and so nothing ever changes.

As far as executive power goes, the branches have evolved quite a bit since 1776, primarily in the last thirty years or so. In times of crises, the President gets a lot more control than in times of non-crises, and so when these crises are over, the current President tends to not hand back over all the power he received. He has to hand back most of it, but he keeps a little, and doing that time after time after time has actually made the executive branch pretty powerful. Congress WAS meant to be the most powerful branch, but the executive branch might have surpassed it by now.

Frealz.

Tranquility said...

There's a cute little award for you if you're interested. Just go to my blog to 'pick it up'.

In my opinion, we don't devote nearly enough scientific research to finding a cure for jerks. ~ Calvin & Hobbes