Benjamin Arnoldy and Kayla Lacey

How She Asked It was a surprise proposal that I planned out months before it happened. We both had a four day weekend and I told her that we should do a little vacation. I told her no plans, where we were going, where we were staying, only the town (Savannah, GA) and that was it. I got a nice quaint inn downtown called the Planter’s inn, right next to the Olde Pink House where we would eat and spend the first night together. The next day, I surprised her with a trip to the train museum because she...

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Denice Lovato and Larissa Baeza’s Proposal

How She Asked I was going to plan something but plans don’t always work out so I just wanted to make it more personal and do it in the right moment. So we left early Friday morning to California for LA Pride. We had an amazing day on Friday enjoying each others company at Venice. Saturday we were meeting new friends at the festival. Sunday we went to Santa Monica and just fell more in love. Went back to the hotel, then got ready and went to West Hollywood back to pride fest. Had a wonderful time at the...

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Your Exes Described as Countries

You’ve had some…interesting exes in your life. That’s a euphemism if there ever was one. Some were amazing people who you met at the wrong time. Some were not-so amazing people at the perfect time. Some of these past paramours were so disastrously and wonderfully horrible that it’s nothing short of a miracle that you stayed together long as you did. (Your friends may still wrinkle their noses at mention of Ashley or hiss like an incensed cat at the mere thought of Brad.) Whatever the reason, Ring Cam has compiled a list of metaphors to describe the different...

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Interfaith Services?

What do you do if you’re of one faith tradition and she’s of another? That’s a pretty difficult scenario. Do you convert? Forego religion entirely? Start a new faith? Call the wedding off, abscond to Estonia, join a monastery? Not that these aren’t great options, but we have faith (get it?) that you can find a solution to your faith problems. Here’s a list of options. Sit down, pray about it, and take it from there. 1. Have Two Services It’s not unheard of for some couples to be wed in a Catholic church and then have a private...

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