Hello – It’s a busy day in the Jung household. Hubby and I are cooking today for Father’s day Lunch at Moms.
On the Menu – Ribs, Macaroni Cheese , Salad and Bread.
Also a Ham baking to enjoy for the rest of the week.
Before I get started cooking here my wedding post for Saturday- Lisa
Since it’s Saturday – Here a quick wedding post –
Doodle # 17
A Heart with two wedding band -The circle was the symbol of eternity. The hole in the center of the ring was considered a gateway leading to things known and unknown. Much like today, to give a woman a ring signified never-ending love.
Why the fourth finger?
It was believed this finger held a special vein directly connected to the heart. It was coined by the Latin term “vena amoris” or vein of love.
Why the left hand?
One thought is as the man, facing his bride, reaches straight out with his right hand he naturally touches her left. Another is that the soft metal (traditionally gold) is less worn or injured on the finger of the left hand, due to most of the world being right handed.
History of wedding bands wedding rings