"Why I didn't grab it with my right hand or leave it alone I'll never know", she said.
She ended up replacing the ring and keeping it a secret from everyone- including her husband.
More than 60 years ago, Grams married the love of her life, and unlike many, they kept their promise and remained by each other's side until Grams's husband passed away five years ago, "Good Morning America" reports.
An 84-year-old Canadian widow got her missing engagement ring back after her daughter-in-law found it in a garden, wrapped around a carrot.
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Mary Grams, 84, says she can not believe the lucky carrot actually grew through and around the diamond ring she had long given up hope of finding. "And it turned up on this carrot". "It was pretty weird looking". She tells the story in the video below.
Lena Paahlsson was pulling carrots in her garden when she made the discovery.
An engagement ring is more than just a fancy piece of jewelry, but a promise to the person you love that you will forever be by their side. "And somehow it must have hooked the ring and the ring fell off".
The German man lost his wedding band in his garden shortly after he and his wife had celebrated their 50 wedding anniversary.