Engagement Ring Missing For More Than A Decade Found With A Garden Carrot Growing Inside It

Eighty-four years is a long time to be on God's green earth. It doesn't pay to hang on to your material possessions too much, as Mary Grams, 84, will tell you.

Eighty-four years is a long time to be on God’s green earth. It doesn’t pay to hang on to your material possessions too much, as Mary Grams, 84, will tell you.

Mary lost her engagement ring back in 2004

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She thought that it would be the end of it and bought another, smaller ring. No point getting the same one that slipped off, after all.

She thought was gone forever

Mrs . Grams, however, was in for a shock. Over a decade later, the ring that she thought was gone forever has resurfaced, and in the most unlikely of places.The Grams family were tending to their vegetable garden when Mary’s daughter-in-law, Colleen, pulled up a big orange carrot with the tiny ring still attached.

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