Jeanne called me late last week stating that she had lost her one carrot diamond earring that is set in a Platinum post. She was attending a funeral at a local church and upon walking out to her car she stated that she felt something fall. When she felt her ear, the earring was gone. She found the earring back stuck in her clothing but the beautiful earring itself was gone. She immediately searched but with no luck. She then called me and set up a time on Saturday to meet to help her look for it. After explaining the area she thought it was lost, we set out to search, on our hands and knees with the detectors and pin-pointers on the grassy area to look for the smallest of metal. Being that it was a Catholic church, I believe we all silently prayed to St. Anthony (the patron of lost things), that his divine intervention would help us locate it. Here is the twist; Jeanne, who was also searching as we were, in no more than 20 minutes, found her own earring in the driveway next to the curb. Success! To me, a find is a find no matter who does it. I would like to think, our willingness and presence alone helped in the aide of recovering such a priceless heirloom. Great Job Jeanne, and thank you again for your generosity.