This is like saying "I just need to know that two people can be faithful to a vow; faithful to God." It depends on character. Life will happen, good things and bad, sickness and health, richer and poorer. None of this should matter to the vow, since these things will happen regardless of whether one is married or not. But marriage is about a vow. It's like Esau's birthright. If it meant anything to him, he would have kept it. But he had no regard for it, and traded it for a bowl of porridge. "Tell me that it's possible for someone to value a birthright...or any other intangible." It comes down to character.
While on the subject of rings perhaps:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bL8YzZg6-Do&feature=related
Yes, indeed! Thank you, Dad. :)I keep meaning to call you, I will soon!I love you.