Post # 16
In want to post a public service message: do not take your rings off to wash your hands. Soap and water will not damage your ring and the chances of you leaving it there are higher than you think. The safest place for your ring is on your finger.
OP, glad you found your ring.
Post # 17
What great sleuth skills on your part. I’m so pleased you have it back!
Post # 18
That is an amazing story. I’m so glad you got it back. Top marks for your persistant online checking and the police for following it up.
Post # 19
That is amazing. ..so happy you were able to get it back!
Post # 20
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
Wow, it is amazing you got it back!!! Amazing detective work and a reward to your persistence 🙂
Post # 21
earlybirdwing: You know, I change altitude so often that when my fingers swell because of altitude, it’s very snug. It does fit well most of time. I just saw that large drain hole and thought about how terrible it would be to lose it. Little did I realize…
Post # 22
darkhorse84: my finger size fluctuates too, depending on heat, humidity, and cold. I bought a 3 pack of “ring noodles” from amazon and usually keep one in my wallet. When my ring is super loose, i put it on and it really helps. They aren’t the greatest in comfort, but it gives me peace of mind. : )
Post # 23
Congrat, that paid off. 😊lovely ring