Mary Grams lost the engagement ring in 2004 while pulling weeds and thought it was gone for good. Before she had a chance to look for it, her son Brian called out that he needed a ride out to the fields to harvest grain on the family farm southeast of Edmonton. Fast forward 13 years and the diamond in the rough showed up in Grams’ old garden, which now belongs to Brian. Brian’s wife pulled out a carrot and it had something on it. In the evening light, a sparkle caught his wife’s eye – a ring circled the middle of a carrot, much like it had on Grams’ finger so many years before.