Fred has been missing his wedding ring for more than 3 months now.
His ring is made of tungsten so it's unbreakable, unscratchable and it's heavy. For these reasons he doesn't wear it to work (he does construction) in case of an accident because his finger would have to be removed before this ring because it can't be cut off. So instead he wears his CTR ring to work.
He got in the habit of leaving his wedding ring in our bathroom and then he'd put it on when he got out of the shower after work.
One day he realized that he wasn't wearing it, didn't know where it was and had no idea when the last time he wore. We've looked everywhere imaginable for this ring. Fred even cleaned out the nasty bathroom sink drain to look for it (it wasn't there...but my CTR ring was).
We've torn our house apart looking for it. I was just about to call our jewelry insurance to get them to replace it when I got a text this morning from our good friends and under neighbors Blake and Aubrei.They found his ring!! Where you might ask?
Well my answer came in a picture message but I'll spare the graphic image of their son's poopy diaper. Yep. Some how little Andrew swallowed it and after who knows how long finally got it out of his system.
We're so happy they found it! Even if it was a stinky discovery!
**We're also happy that no children were hurt in the recovery of this ring**
Lesson learned: When shopping for an expensive wedding ring for your fiancee--tell him no. He's only going to lose it. The $80 one will be just as cool looking as the $300 one.