The Canadian woman lost her engagement ring 13 years ago while weeding her garden on the family farm and she never told her husband about this. After a few weeks of searching without luck, Grams decided to buy a replacement. “I cried for days”, she remembers. The fact left a frustration on his soul for so many years… She can’t believe now what happened: one day, this year, her daughter-in-law found a “lucky carot” which grew through and around the diamond ring she had long given up hope of finding. It was at the farm near Armena, Alberta, where Grams used to live.
The ring in carot
The property was in the family for 105 years. Her husband died five years ago. The couple had been married for 60 years. It was too late to told him the happy story. But Mary Grams was happy. “I feel relieved and happy inside,” she said. Grams said she was eager to try the ring on again after so many years, with the family looking on. “We were giggling and laughing,” she said. “It fit. After that many years it fits.” It is also nice to know a such story for all us, it has a little mystery inside like the fairy tales have.