A woman is going viral for her wedding ring, but not for the reasons you might expect.
After friends and family repeatedly asked Rachel Pederson to "upgrade" her wedding ring, she took to Facebook to explain why she has decided to keep the "small" ring.
Before Amanda and Dan Tallman tied the knot five years ago, the wife-to-be came up with a hilarious and blunt wedding band inscription for her husband: "Put it back on."
Joyce Wharton tragically lost both her parents when their small plane crashed in Washington state in 1959. The wreckage was discovered 14 years later, but Joyce's mother's wedding ring, a priceless family heirloom, was never recovered. That is, until now. Just last week, Joyce received a call from a logger who found the ring and had been trying for years to return it to its rightful owner.
Would you remove your wedding ring if helped your career? According to a UK survey, one in three women remove their weddings rings during job interviews and at work.