Why I bought a diamond necklace for my daughter from eBay
Posted On July 24, 2021
I purchased a diamond ring for my child a few years ago.
She was born with the genetic condition and she’s not very happy about it.
She said that she wanted to buy a diamond, so she started searching online.
I said, “No way, you need to see this,” and she said, “…but I just don’t like diamonds.”
I was shocked, so I went back to eBay and bought the ring for $1,200.
The seller told me she had no idea I was going to buy it.
I called her back and said, ‘You can’t sell this ring.’
“I said, `I’m not buying it.’
I was in shock.
The second I put the ring on, it was gone.
I went into shock.
So now I have this ring that I just can’t live without.
It’s beautiful, it’s shiny, and I just love it.”
I was so thrilled when I saw this jewelry in the store, but I also didn’t want to lose it.
It’s a diamond earring, a little piece of jewelry that’s very precious to me.
I don’t want her to go through what I went through.
“I think the diamond earrings are beautiful because they are symbolic, and it means a lot to me,” said Katie Wylie, who works as a financial planner in Washington, D.C. “I think it is very meaningful for her to have a symbol of her worth.”
The necklace is a reflection of her parents.
For Katie, the diamond ring represents her father’s life, and the diamond necklace represents her parents’ legacy.
She wears the ring every day and it reminds her of her father.
It was just like being a little girl, and then the necklace is just an amazing, beautiful thing to have, and she always wears it, and you can’t imagine how proud she is of it.
“It’s like a dream come true for her, just because she is wearing it,” Katie said.
I can’t think of anything that is more important than her happiness and that’s why I want to keep it.