ON Sunday, March 9 I lost my late grandmother’s treasured engagement ring.
I had been shopping in Coles at Scarborough and missed the ring on my return home. I notified a very helpful store manager, Debbie, that there was a possibility it might be in her store.
Two hours later, I received a call from her to say that the ring had been found and handed in.
I have already thanked Debbie and I now thank the person who was honest enough to return the ring that means so much to me.
The ring, while not very valuable in a monetary sense, began its life in Scotland, migrated with my grandparents to Perth, lived with them in the bush at Lyall’s timber mill, thence to Collie and finally to Perth.
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