No, I don't wear them all on one finger, but they photograph easier that way.
I don't see myself as the biggest fan of jewelry. I do like my weird earrings, and I'll wear necklaces and bracelets occasionally, but I rarely ever buy myself any jewelry. It doesn't tempt me. I do like my rings, though. I don't have rings that I switch out and wear for special occasions, but I have 6 rings I wear every day, that I rarely, if ever take off. I'm not the kind of person who remembers to take off rings before cleaning and such activities, so I think it's a very good thing that most of my rings are made of sturdy stuff!
From the top of the stack on my finger to the bottom:
Stainless Steel Spinning Ring: I bought this for myself for 9 RM ($3) and I've been wearing it since Summer 2009. It's a bit of a funny story. Angel's mom gave him a spinning ring as his college graduation gift. I thought it was so cool that when I went home for the summer, I bought myself one. We were just friends at the time, but Angel was the inspiration for this ring I've been wearing for over 4 years now.
Silver Angel & Rachel: I won an Etsy giveaway on Carolynn's blog, and I immediately knew I wanted a skinny, name-stamped ring, so I bought this one.
Silver Hebrew: It says Rachel and Anna in Hebrew, a gift from Lizzy and in honor of Anna, who strongly suggested that I needed a ring with her name on it since I was already wearing a ring with Angel's name on it. (Anna and Angel have a long-standing argument over who is my real favorite.)
My Engagement Ring: Angel bought this one for me when we'd already been married 9 months. Sometimes good things come to those who wait.
Wedding Band: Angel's parents bought our wedding bands for us as wedding gifts.
Rose Gold Band: I always wear this with my engagement and wedding rings, but this is actually my 'class ring.' I loved the idea of a class ring, mostly because college was the only "real school" I ever went to...but in reality, class rings are kind of ugly, and this rose gold band was significantly cheaper than any of the class rings my school offered. My parents bought it for me as my college graduation gift.
Do you wear jewelry more for the look of it or more because of emotional significance?