quick question to everyone. My mother had a ring that was given to by my grandmother(my fathers mother) when she married my father. They were both born in October and the ring was an opal. My new sister in law was also born in october. This past Christmas, our last with my mother, she gave that ring to my SIL. It literally broke my heart. Here was a ring that was always on my mothers finger. It was a part of her. Anyway, I got over it for the most part, since I was born in June. I understood why she gave it to her, because her mother in law gave it to her. Would it be wrong to let my SIL know that if she and my brother ever split up that ring needs to stay in the family, and if they never have a daughter that the ring should be left to my oldest daughter. I think it's only right that the ring stay with the family. God willing they stay together for ever and then I never have to worry about it, but you never know.
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