Sept. 20 (UPI) — A Colorado girl who misplaced the diamond engagement ring given to her by her fiance shortly earlier than he died was reunited with the dear merchandise weeks later by a person who discovered it within the mud.
Raquel Aiken mentioned she had simply completed a sport of tennis in Denver a number of weeks in the past when she apparently dropped her ring on the bottom whereas fishing her keys out of her purse. She mentioned she did not understand what had occurred till a lot later.
Aiken advised KDVR-TV about her lacking ring, and the story got here to the eye of Dude Olguin, an worker at Brewery Bar II in Denver, when he overheard some prospects speaking about it.
Olguin mentioned he puzzled if the lady from the story was the proprietor of the ring he not too long ago discovered.
“I used to be on the point of go to my third job the subsequent day. I used to be simply going to my automobile, and I simply occurred to look down,” Olguin advised KDVR-TV.
“My first response, , temptation — possibly go pawn it or to discover a jeweler to inform me extra about it,” he mentioned. “However actually, my religion advised me simply to carry onto it and simply wait and pay attention.”
Olguin requested Aiken to fulfill him on the restaurant.
“He went to his automobile, he got here again and there was the ring,” Aiken mentioned. “Instantly I used to be in tears, I could not imagine it. I imply, it is simply, it is a miracle.”
Aiken hailed the reunion on Fb as a “good story ending.”
She mentioned the return of the ring was particularly significant, as her fiance, Tim, was particularly keen on Brewery Bar II earlier than his loss of life.
“It undoubtedly reconnected me once more with my fiance,” Aiken mentioned. “The very fact of the place it was discovered and the way it was discovered and an worker that works right here at a spot he loves. The entire connection is absolutely, actually wonderful and a real blessing.”
Olguin declined a reward for the ring’s return.
“I advised her, the cost for me is our friendship, like that is all I actually wanted was her to know that she had a hoop and we’ll be lifetime buddies,” Olguin mentioned.