Woman Finds Ring Growing on Carrot She Lost 13 Years Ago

Mary Grams holding the carrot that her engagement ring was found on 13 years after she lost it. (Screenshot via CBC)
Mary Grams holding the carrot that her engagement ring was found on 13 years after she lost it. (Screenshot via CBC)

The daughter-in-law of an 84-year-old woman who lost her engagement ring 13 years ago almost fed the newly found ring to a dog. Colleen Daley...

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