My Big Fat Fabulous Life star Whitney Thore got the ring of her dreams last night during the season six finale on TLC. Boyfriend Chase Severino surprised Thore with a yellow sapphire surrounded by a halo of white diamonds on a split white gold band. Many people are only familiar with blue sapphire. Sapphires come in every color of the rainbow. Ruby is actually red sapphire, although it doesn't go by the sapphire label.
Waste management workers in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, pulled the plug on their normal operations a week ago today to help a distraught women whose diamond engagement ring ended up in a 40-ton mountain of paper at the city's recycling center. Using forensic techniques to noodle out where the diamond ring might be in its massive paper recycling system, John Martella, the district manager of GFL Environmental Inc. (also known as Green For Life), and his team were able to locate the ring in less than 30 minutes. Martella told SooToday.com that he believes that the unlikely recovery of such a precious and sentimental diamond ring delivers a message of hope during these uncertain times.
Welcome to Television Tuesday, YouTube edition. In Sunday night's inaugural YouTube broadcast of John Krasinski's "Some Good News" — a show dedicated to heartwarming and uplifting stories during these uncertain times — the star of The Office highlighted a couple from Fredericksburg, VA, who got engaged March 21 in front of the Eiffel Tower, sort of. A series of tweets told the story of how McClung surprised his girlfriend, an English teacher from North Stafford High School, with a proposal and an oval brilliant cut solitaire diamond engagement ring. Of course, the tweets from the lovebirds were accompanied by a series of memorable photos.
It all feels like gold, gold to me It might not be diamonds, but it shines for me It all feels like gold, gold to me It ain't lost in silence, it's all good to me Sing it Yeah, yeah, gold It all feels like gold, gold to me It might not be diamonds, but it shines for me