'Carrot' takes on whole new meaning for woman who lost ring

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"Mom had lost her ring several years ago and for some reason a carrot happened to germinate right through the ring and it grew around it". But let's not forget the fact that it was found in ideal condition on a carrot that grew inside of it.

The 84-year-old woman first lost her engagement ring in 2004 while she was pulling weeds on her farm in Alberta, Canada. "I thought, 'Surely I can find it", Mary, now 84 years old, says in the article.

Ms Daley admitted she had nearly fed the strange-looking carrot to her dog before noticing the ring while washing the vegetables.

She has had the ring since 1951, a year before she married her husband, Norman.

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Her daughter-in-law, Colleen Daley, was the one who pulled the lucky carrot from the ground.

Instead of owning up to the incident, Mary went out and bought another ring in the hopes that her husband wouldn't notice the marked difference in size and colour. Back in 2016, a German widower who lost his wedding ring while gardening found it growing on a carrot three years later. Now imagine it's suddenly turned up again-smack dab in the middle of a carrot!

"Anything I do outside, I'm going to take it off and it's going to stay", Grams said. With family looking on she washed the ring with a little soap to get the dirt off.

Grams lost her husband five years ago shortly after the couple's 60th wedding anniversary, according to the news agency. Once the carrot had been cut away from the ring, though, Mary was in no doubt that it was hers. It slid on her finger as easily as it did when her husband gave it to her.

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"I've never seen anything like that", she told CBC.

A few weeks later, the clever woman made a decision to buy a look-a-like so her husband wouldn't notice her missing band.

Now she's looking forward to wearing the original.

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