I mixed up the set ring I was looking at with the ring I got, in terms of materials. The ring I got is 18k white gold, not silver. Resizing is $50. He said, "Less than a week". I hope it's not very long! He offered to do rhodium polish for $35 more, which would make it super shiny, but I'm happy with the antique look. I can always get it shined up later, and I may, depending on my wedding band. Also, I was way off on the size. That woman measured me at 5.5 a while back at another jewelry store and I wasn't comfortable with that fit, seemed way too loose. This guy measured me at 5 exactly. I could wear a 4.5, but that wouldn't allow for much swelling. Ring sizes are apparently kind of like wood measurements at Home Depot. A 2x4 is smaller than the name would make you think. A 4.5 is really a 4 3/8. I'm a true 5. He was nice, and I'm a push over, so I agreed to go on the mailing list. Who knows, maybe I'll buy my wedding band from him.
On my way out of work, I grabbed a donut hole on the table. At home, I had white rice with shredded chicken, half an avocado, a banana, and a pumpkin mug cake (pumpkin puree, egg, maple syrup, pumpkin pie spices, coconut flour). I also took my multivitamin, ferritin (finishing off that bottle, been shedding more lately), and B-complex. I will still a bit trembly when I went up to the jewelry store, but I'm feeling better now. I'll still be sure to drink plenty of water this afternoon, but not for a couple of hours. I forgot to take HCL or some ACV.
My day is only just over half over. Ah well, getting out at 5 isn't so bad.