Mary Grams,84-year-old granny from Alberta Canada finally discovers her ring that was long lost. Mary Grams lost her engagement ring in 2004, while weeding at her family farm she was devastated when she lost the ring she’s owned for 5 decades and searched everywhere for it to no avail. She eventually replaced the ring without telling her husband so he wouldn’t be upset.
Now, Grams’ ring could be the talk of her small town, she said, after it was found wrapped around a carrot on her family’s farm.“It just doesn’t seem real yet,” she said.
“She said, ‘Did you lose an engagement ring?’ And I said, ‘Yes,’ and then she started laughing,” Grams recalled.
The 84-year-old lost her diamond ring in September 2004 while gardening.
“I was going to look at something, I don’t remember what I was going to look at, all of a sudden I [saw] this tall weed,” Grams said. “I thought, ‘Oh, I’ll grab it.’ But why I didn’t grab it with my right hand or leave it alone, I’ll never know.”
Despite searching the farm thoroughly, Grams couldn’t find the ring.
“I cried for I don’t know how many days,” she said.
Despite being buried in the soil for more than a decade, Grams says the ring still fits perfectly.