I had gotten back from finding Shane’s ring Friday when I received a text from Lucie who had lost her ring 5 days earlier at the beach. I let her know that I would meet her for the search, but that the time element (5 days) was going to diminish the possibility of a recovery. She had been watching a volleyball game and had removed the ring in order to apply sunscreen to her children, and when the bag it was in was lifted the ring was gone. It took a while to find someone to help, but she needed help and called; I was on my way.
I got to court, and Lucie was there with her two small children, she showed me the spot where she had been sitting on the towel, and she turned to pay attention to the children. I turned on my machine, and made two passes with it, when I got that sound in the head phones, put in the scoop, and there was her ring. I pulled it out to walk over and show her, just as her husband who had just arrived from work walked up; lots of joy. Lucie was so happy, I got a hug and kiss on the cheek, and a wonderful smile to share with the world, another great day!
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