I had to look really closely, but I did finally see the ring on the middle finger. Very odd! I wonder if it is explained in the book.
Or it is just one of those photo errors.
You have to have great eyesight to catch that.
Well, you can see it better when you actually have the book in your hand. And it was one of those errors. I mean, who would wear her ring on the middle finger?
How do we know it's a wedding ring?Perhaps when the photo was taken they weren't married yet.
OH, and who says you can't wear a wedding ring on your middle finger?What if you gain or lose weight? Or you decide you want to wear it on your toe? The decision is yours!
Well, after reading the story it was sort of automatic assumption that they have just gotten married in that picture. Besides, in some countries showing your middle finger is considered to be rude, so wearing a wedding ring on your middle finger might not be the best choise, unless you don't like your husband.
Mel, as ever thinking outside the box. Smoooooches!
And Minna, sharing the international views. What a great gang to hang with.
LOL! Cheryl. My Mom always told me to think outside the box and color outside the lines. HUGS!!
Interesting...I don't think I would have noticed it.
I didn't look at the comments until I looked at the picture closer.. WHY that was a shock when I found it ;0) MEL I sure wish my mother was as open as coloring outside the lines-- yours sounds like a very special lady!
OOPS most of that above comment was for the 3 armed woman blog entry! Sorry for the mispostAs for the wedding ring in the photo-- DH doesn't wear his 'cause it doesn't fit his finger maybe he should try that trick!