If you take your ring off, be careful where you put it. Curtis told me what happened. The ring wasn’t on the hard pack shale of the diamond, so it was somewhere between the diamond and the car. Thank goodness it wasn’t too far. After doing a sweep along the path he likely would have taken, I had a thought. The next most likely place would be where he loaded the ball bag into the car. So we headed up to the grass strip between the side walk and the road. I started there and after a couple of moments, Curtis spoke up. “Just a minute!” and walked onto the street.
June 23, 2020
After searching for my ring late into the evening without success, I discovered Evan‘s services. I had originally called to leave a message but, despite the hour, Evan answered. I was amazed by his genuine care and concern, professionalism and complete willingness to help. He agreed to meet the next evening to help me search. Meeting in person, Evan was just as kind, sincere and helpful! He was thorough in his approach to finding my lost ring. Interestingly, while observing Evan, I noticed a glint of light on the road near where my car had been parked the previous night and it turned out to be my ring. Had Evan not agreed to help me search once again, and been so methodical, I would not have noticed it! Thank you very much Evan! Your kindness is inspirational. God bless you!