Woman Who Lost Her Engagement Ring Reunites With It 13 Years Later – And It Comes With A Surprise!

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Weddings are one of the most beautiful and memorable events one can go through in life, and a life-long marriage is an even notch higher. While weddings are normally celebrated in a day, they hold so many memories and photo opportunities that will be a significant part of every marriage for the years to come. Being in a marriage is clearly not easy. Every couple is faced with their own trials throughout the course of their relationship, but because of their trust and love for each other, they work through all marital problems and succeed in having a loving marriage. 

Mary Grams, a 69-year-old married woman from Alberta, Canada suddenly lost her engagement ring in her garden in September of 2004.

“I went to the garden for something and I saw this long weed. For some reason, I picked it up and it must have caught on something and pulled [the ring] off,” said Mary.

After continuously searching for her ring all throughout her garden for weeks on end, Mary gave up hope of ever finding it and decided to just buy herself another ring that was the most similar to what her husband had given her, hoping he wouldn’t notice the difference. 


After a long 13 years without it, her ring surprisingly showed up once again in her garden! Her son’s wife discovered it.

“My wife was digging carrots for supper, and I guess she came up with a carrot that had something on it,” said Brian, Mary’s son.

This special carrot had the ring wrapped around its body, seemingly making it look like as if it was a chubby finger with no more circulation to breathe. Although Mary’s husband died five years prior to this discovery, now that she finally reunited with her original engagement ring, she promised herself she would never misplace it again.

“Anything I do outside, I’m going to take it off and it’s going to stay,” says Mary.


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