posted on Jul, 20 2014 @ 04:42 PM
Just before she passed away my mother gave me her wedding ring set. A beautiful band with fourteen one point diamonds in a filligre setting and a
solitair diamond with two begets. The solitair was a half karat flawless Israeli cut. My father bought them in the diamond district of NYC in 1951.
In 1996 when she gave them to me the set appraised at $4500.00.
When I was little my mom would let me play dress up and I could wear her jewelry as long as I stayed in her bedroom. It was the 60s and my mom was
very stylish. She had silver and gold lame dresses fur coats and high heeled shoes even an assortment of wigs. She also let me put on makeup. A dream
for a little girl. Anyway being her oldest daughter and knowing how much I loved the wedding set she gave them to me.
Fast forward to 2006 I wore the set every day and I looked down one day and to my horror the diamond was gone from the ring. I searched high and low
even in the garbage and never found the diamond.
This morning I had a dream . My husband hands me a small white box about four inches wide two inches deep and three inches high. He says here is
something you've been looking for.
I open the box and inside is a bunch of small bird size egg shells all broken and all in pastel colors like tiny Easter eggs. In the bottom of the box
in the corner is my mother's diamond. I started crying tears of joy. I was so very happy to have it back.
Now here's the weird part. I start to tell my husband the dream and I get to the part where I open the box. I say "and inside I find" and he
completes my sentence saying "your diamond". I almost fell over. I look at him while the hair on my arms raises up and say" how did you know that?"
We haven't talked about the diamond for a long long time. There was no reason that that should be what he said of all the things that could have been
in that box.
I just had to tell someone about it. I would be beyond happy if I found that diamond.
PM000000310000000772942312014-07-20T16:42:39-05:00 by AutumnWitch657 because: (no reason given)