For a lucky Canadian woman, this is no garden-variety 1-carrot diamond ring. Mary Grams lost the engagement ring in 2004 while pulling weeds and thought it was gone for good, according to the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Before she had a chance to look for it, her son Brian called out that he needed a ride...
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