Mary had lost her ring 13 years ago while she was working on the farm.
Eighty-four-year-old Mary Grams said she thinks she lost the ring while pulling a large weed from the garden in September 2004. "I finally went to the jeweller and bought a cheap ring".
After it was lost, Grams quickly replaced it without telling her husband what had happened. "I started looking crouched on my hands and knees and I got nowhere and I tried this for many days", she said.
Grams searched "high and low" but couldn't find it, she told the CBC. "She thought it was deformed, and of course they were going to throw it out".
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"I knew it had to belong to either grandma or my mother-in-law because no other women have lived on that farm". It was the ring her late husband, Norman, had given her when he proposed in 1951. And he said yeah.
Her daughter-in-law was the one who pulled the lucky carrot from the ground.
Ms Grams told Global News she was not sure if her granddaughter was kidding when she came over to tell her the good news, but immediately knew when she saw the ring that it was hers. Although he is not able to see the ring back where it belongs, Grams assures that if he were around today, he'd laugh at this ironic finding.
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