When people ask me about Adi, my partner in crime, I don’t know what I should tell them.

Although we ran in the same circles, we were aware that each other existed. It wasn’t until we were invited to a friend’s house for a small get-together that I began to see him differently.

My headache was gradually becoming a migraine. He gave me water and a head massage, until I was unable to bear the pain anymore.

On the way back, I added him to Facebook. Within a minute of his request being sent, we became friends.

After sleeping through Sunday night, I woke up Monday morning thinking of the man who gave his life for a girl he didn’t know. By the afternoon, we were on our first date. I had messaged him to express my gratitude.

He proposed to me in Lincoln Cathedral after we had been together for only two months. He bought a secret ring from Lincoln Castle’s gift shop that day.

Adi instructed me to look at the font. To get in, you had to climb a few steps. As I turned around, Adi was on one knee looking up at me, his ring in hand.

It was something I didn’t know was coming. We had only been together for a few months. But all I could remember was that he had given my the best two months of my entire life, and that he was the one.

It was the type of ring that you could adjust to fit your finger. I was able to turn it green in just a few days. But it was and is a symbol for his love and dedication to me.

Even though he replaced it with a more traditional one a few months later, it still means more to him than any diamond could.

Although it was a simple ring, I didn’t mind how it looked. I was just happy that Adi wanted me to spend the rest my life with him as much as I did.

If you asked people in a room whether the cost of the ring would affect their decision to accept the proposal they would most likely say no. I hope so.

Although I don’t know the exact cost of my ring, I do know that it was not a lot. It doesn’t matter to me how much Adi spent, so I don’t care about the details.

I’ve been seeing over the last few days that Asda released a PS1 Engagement ring for Valentine’s Day, and I couldn’t have been more excited.

Even though there are many discount jewellers, expensive engagement rings can still be costly.

Everyone has the right to propose to their loved one with the PS1 engagement ring. If they refuse to do so because they don’t like the price, it is a hard truth that they aren’t the right person.

There have been mixed reviews about this ring in posts. I am happy to report that most of them agree with me regarding the price.

However, I was shocked to hear some people claim that the ring is too tacky and that they would rather die than be proposed to.

To all of you, I’d like to remind you that life isn’t about material possessions. It’s about being surrounded with people you love and people who love you.

Do you think the fact that someone is so in love with you that they can’t imagine anything else that would make them happier than spending the rest of their lives with you should override the amount they spend on jewellery?

Do not be concerned about what your family and friends think of the ring. This is supposed to be the best day of your life.

My family and friends didn’t blink when I showed them the gift shop ring. Even my nan said that she loved it.

If you’re happy, it should be enough for everyone in your life.

Adi and I have been together eight and a quarter years. We were engaged most of that time. On our 10-year anniversary, August 2023, we will be Mr. and Mrs.

A gift shop metal ring made me happy.