(Closed) The anguish of the lost ring

posted 7 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
1015 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

@eclipse:  That sounds horrible! So glad your story at least has a happy ending though! My pulse was racing just reading your post…


Post # 4
2950 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

so glad you found it!

I know several bees havent been so lucky lately!!!

Post # 5
452 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

@eclipse:  I totally feel for you, I lost mine and it took me 6 MONTHS (and a replacement, oops) to find it! I took it off to clean also. Now I just wear gloves or put it in the box it came in.

 Did you find it the same day? Where was it? Mine was at the bottom of a box of ziploc baggies, it must’ve fallen off the counter, into the drawer, into the baggies.

Take some deep breaths, it’s back where it belongs, on your finger!

Post # 6
2889 posts
Sugar bee

So glad to hear you found it. My rings are currently off (I forgot to put them back on after some painting) and I am constantly worried they are lost. But, I know they are in their box on a shelf in my kitchen. I highly recommend getting a small box or some other covered storage that is in the place you most frequently take them off. For me it is the kitchen as I only take them off when my hands will be deep in food or paint or other chemicals. I can’t tell you how often I am glad to have this box and glad that it closes tight so even if it gets knocked over, the rings don’t fall out. Much more safe than a ring dish in my opinion. My box is actually a stupid touristy metal box with a latch my mom got me. I have no idea what it is intended for as it is about the size of a half dollar, made of metal with a light house picture on the cover and a felt lineing. It also comforts me to know that if someone were to break into my house while the rings were in there it does not look valuable so I can imagine a burgler would not have inerest.

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