Jan 18th 2007 3:20PM I had this done to my diamond--after my great-uncle passed away I was given the ring he had given to my great-aunt (who passed away several years prior). I was his caregiver--as he was dying I kissed him on the cheek, and he said, "Kiss me again". Those were his last words. I had the diamond inscribed with "kiss me again"--I wear the ring every day--and think of him just as often. It isn't about lessening the value of the diamond--and it is a beautiful one--it was/is about making the diamond even more special.
Oct 3rd 2006 2:30PM Regarding Julie's post.. how cruel. So if you (or better yet, your child) receive a diagnosis of a terminal illness, but medicine can keep you healthly and alive you should be told, "too bad"--sure, Julie...just suck it up and don't intervene with "Divinity". Maybe God has made all of this "science" possible. Beautiful story! I would do the same for my daughter...and maybe even Julie's.