I received a call from Miguel July 5th asking if I would be able to help him find his wedding ring. We arranged to meet in the afternoon at the location of the loss. When I arrived Miguel took me to the site, which was a volleyball court. I then proceeded to ask how the ring was lost. He knew exactly where he was when the ring came off. He felt it come off, but did not see where it landed. He explained how all of his friends began a thorough search of the area he believed the ring to fly into with no results, he then found me on TheRingFinders.com.
I asked Miguel to show me what he did to cause the ring to come off, so he reenacted the hit to the ball. I noticed that his hands moved in such a way to possibly cause the ring to go off in a different direction, but started my search where he thought it was. After searching the area he showed me, I started my search in the area I envisioned the ring to fly into, and in about 2 minutes more, “BANG”, my earphones rang out with the sound I was anticipating. I held his ring up, and his joy seemed overwhelming. Miguel had just gotten married in April, and he explained how he felt burdened because of the loss, also his wife had taken it very hard. Well I got to experience Miguel’s smile, but I wish I was there when he went back to his wife, because he was going to hold off telling her until he got home. I would have loved to see her smile as well. Wonderful day.
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