After losing his wedding ring while gardening, this 82-year-old man from Germany thought that he would never find it again. But three years later, mother nature came up with an idea to return the ring to the man in the most unexpected way possible.
Namely, while he was out checking on his garden recently, he was astonished to find his gold wedding ring lurking from the ground, stuck in one of his carrots. The vegetable had grown straight through the ring and brought it right to the surface, so that it could be finally reunited with its rightful owner.
His late wife always hoped that he would find it again, and it turned out that she was right.
I’m not sure why, but it seems like nature always uses carrots to return lost rings back to their owners, since this has already happened in Sweden. Any idea?