Sunday, July 17, 2011

Diamonds are a girl's best friend

So after the course of events the other morning that all took place during a 10 minute period of time, I've decided that I must have a guardian angel.

While I was changing Little Sissy's diaper the other day, she handed me something that I thought she had picked up off the floor.  I will admit it looked like a gem sort of thing, but I didn't really think much of it.  I figured it was one of Big Sissy's gem stickers and threw it in the trash.

A few minutes later, I was filling up my water bottle to take with me for the day.  (Thankfully, our water dispenser is not on the outside of our fridge door but rather on the inside of the fridge so it requires two hands to fill a water bottle.)  So as I began to fill my water bottle by holding the water bottle with my right hand and pushing the button with my left hand, I noticed that my diamond was no longer in my engagement ring.

I immediately panicked and then I realized my diamond was the little sticker gem that I had thrown away in Little Sissy's room when I was changing her diaper.  I ran to her room and carefully yet quickly went through her trash can and found my diamond.

I couldn't believe how lucky I was in the sequence of events.  If I had lost that diamond anywhere else I don't know if I would have ever found it and if I hadn't filled up my water bottle who knows when I would have realized it and where all I would have searched for my diamond.

So for now, my diamond and engagement ring are in a Ziploc bag in my bedroom waiting to be reset.  I was kinda hoping that this was a sign to The Farmer that for our 11th anniversary in a little less than 2 weeks, he should have my diamond reset.  I know that this is a long shot and that is OK.  I'm just glad that I had a guardian angel watching over me and I found my diamond as we all know that diamonds are a girl's best friend.
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6 comments:

  1. Yao-za...what a blessing the kiddo handed something to you! Someone was lookin down on you guys on that one! And how convenient you wanted to get it reset or a different diamond...Im sure the farmer will be all in on that one ;) Better lather hi up by asking what his favorite meal, cook it up for him this weekend, put him in a food coma and then ask! Ha

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  2. Congratulations! What wonderful kismet!

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  3. Wow! Good for you remembering you threw it in the trash! I'm sure the farmer will be so grateful for you finding it, he'll get it re-set for you. Keep up the hints...eventually he'll catch on!

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  4. Thank you Little Sissy!
    My mom lost her diamond in the milking parlor when she was about 30. It took Dad until her 40th birthday to get the diamond reset! I have faith in your farmer to have the perfect excuse for your anniversary present. Happy Anniversary!

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  5. oh my gosh!!! My cousin lost her diamond and found it years later in their gravel driveway. Can you imagine?

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