Diamonds are Forever: What Is the Meaning of ‘Diamonds Are Forever’?

When I was growing up, I had no idea what a diamond was.

I didn’t even know what an umbrella was.

I thought I was supposed to buy them at Walgreens.

They were expensive, but they were so pretty, so cute, and so pretty for a toy.

My dad had them in a box and they were just a cute little little toy.

So I remember buying them at a mall in California, and I bought them at Toys R Us in New York City.

And then I went to Walgills in my neighborhood.

I was like, Wow, this is the coolest thing.

I’m not buying these now.

I’m not even buying the ones that are on TV now.

And I didn’ know what they were called.

But I knew that they were supposed to be cool, and that they would go on and be the coolest things ever.

That was how I became a jewelry collector.

That’s how I got the diamond ring.

And it’s one of the coolest and most iconic things in my collection.

The diamond ring is one of my favorites.

I get it in my hand a lot.

I think about it all the time.

It’s so iconic, it’s just such a cool ring.

But there’s nothing like a diamond to wear.

And the most beautiful thing about the diamond is that you can wear it forever.

I love to wear a diamond necklace, too.

And so many people have said to me, You know, this was an investment in my life.

I want to wear it as long as I live.

But you don’t have to wear the diamond necklace.

I’ll wear the ring.

You know what?

You’re not going to have to buy a diamond ring for yourself.

I know I wouldn’t have a clue what the diamond was for if I didn.

And that’s the way I am.

I’ve always been an explorer.

And to have this diamond in my home, I’m very proud.

And you know what I mean?

That’s a big deal for me.

I have no idea how this happened.

I don’t even have a ring, but I love it.

And when you think about diamonds, they’re so cool, you don’ know?

And I don’ have a diamond, so I don’,t know if you know, but it’s a diamond.

But the diamond, it is a symbol of my love for my family.

I always knew that.

And you know that I can wear a lot of jewelry.

And we have a little bit of everything, from the crowns to the earrings to the necklace to the bracelets to the jewelry.

I know what it means to be loved.

And sometimes when you’re loving somebody and you’re really, really happy, and they’re like, I love you, you can have my diamond, too, you know?

Because I can’t imagine how they feel when you have something that you love.

I can imagine what it’s like to be lost.

I have a lot to be thankful for.

I grew up with my parents, my grandparents.

They had a ranch in Mexico and we lived in the same house and we had everything.

And in my youth, I remember watching cartoons and seeing people and thinking, Wow!

What are these people doing in the world?

And my mom and dad always looked after me, and my grandparents always looked out for me, you see, and everything was great.

I had the opportunity to be a little kid, you understand.

And for my mom, my father, and their kids to be raised in the United States and the United Kingdom was amazing.

They got everything they wanted.

They just went and worked.

And they had a house in the country and a farm.

And I’m still very grateful.

I can’t believe that my mom has gone and done this for me so long, that she had this passion, that passion for life and for family and for children.

And she was the best mother that I ever had.

And if I had kids, I’d be the happiest woman in the universe.

I remember being a little girl.

And my dad, who was a great baseball player, would come home from school and he’d just be in tears because he knew he was going to miss my birthday, so that was when he was like: What are you going to do for me today?

And he would say to me: Mommy, I just want you to come over and watch a little show.

And he’d say: Oh, I’ll just do that.

I just love to watch baseball.

And once he said that, my life changed.

And as I grew older, I loved it.

I had to watch the baseball.

And then I was in my 20s and I got married, and he said: Mom, I want you not to go