Recently we read a story that detailed the events of one woman’s reunion with what she thought was her long lost wedding dress. Now, another heart warming story was reported about a man who had one lucky day. ABC Denver recently published an article about David Brenner’s lost wedding ring. While in a meeting with Greg and Sue Dorsey, Greg received a text from a friend about a lost ring in Vail, Colorado. The ring has an inscription stating, “All my love, Sue.” While Greg hadn’t lost his ring, he showed the message to David, who also has a wife named Sue. He couldn’t believe it stating, “The fact that this guy gets a text while he’s in front of me and asks that question; the chances that I ever had mentioned my wife’s name; all those things make that, as much to me, as unlikely as the ring ever being found in the first place,” said David.
He pulled up the news story and got in contact with the writer. An employee found it during regular maintenance work. He said to ABC, “How can you see a ring five years later? How it is not further down in the underbrush?” David was able to confirm ownership of the ring once additional information was provided. Vail offered David and his wife Sue a free night to stay to come visit and get the ring back. Social media is a powerful tool that can help in unexpected ways!
From the picture posted, it looks like they had a beautiful wedding ceremony. Don’t forget to be prepared for any problems that may come up on your big day. Mojuba Emergency Kits will be there to assist with any issue. The kit includes krazy glue, tissues, a sewing kit, advil, bobby pins, stain remover and much more. Don’t let anything bring you down throughout the celebration!