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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Hannie Caulder, Sep 16, 2020.
Does she know you refer to her as "the old lady"???
she’s not a spring chicken any more, and neither am I.
No. Spent 10 grand on a wedding ring that lives in a jewelry box.
My wife has some jewelry, and wears it conservatively.
But she really prefers black leather
My wife has about as much tied up in tiffany and co jewelry as I do in guns.
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You better not let her hear that.
She’s from the old country and is a lot more realistic about life than western women.
Rustic Cuff originated in Tulsa, OK. I think they have other locations now. A few years ago, when we lived in Tulsa, I took my wife to their store a few times. There was always a line waiting to get in. They had an armed guard at the door. When one, two, or three, etc. people left the store, he would let the next one, two, or three, etc. people enter. Unbelievable!
But I bet she can swing a mean frying pan.
Not much. She has lots, but seldom wears most of it. Has asked me not to buy her more. She's a modest beauty.
She prefers the butcher knife.
Almost never, only when we go out. She is country girl, no need for much.
Pre-covid on a daily basis I would wear 5 rings, watch, bracelet, earrings, necklace, and sometimes an anklet. While working from home for 3.5 months, I wasn't wearing any jewelry and when I went back to the office anything more than a watch felt like I was being weighed down. I discovered my ear holes were closing up when I tried putting on earrings one morning, so now I am wearing some of the smallest ones I have just to keep the holes open.
I've got a few nice pieces, but most of what I wear/wore is quite simple and costume in nature. I used to make a lot of my own jewelry and have some really pretty pieces, but I just can't seem to get back into the swing of wearing them.
When I was married, my former husband bought me some expensive pieces, but I really didn't feel comfortable wearing them. I always felt there were better things we could have spent our money on. After the divorce, I sold them because they invoked painful memories.