The Kofford Family relocates to Colorado after 40 years as Californians. In December of 2007, Grandma Lorraine is diagnosed with Stage 4 brain cancer. Sadly, she passed away on Dec. 26th, 2008 after a year long courageous battle. Follow our journey as we keep Lorraine's memory alive, and as we learn to appreciate that each day we are given, is a gift to be enjoyed!

“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.”
~Maria Robertson

Friday, January 16, 2009

Missing diamond...


At some point during the funeral on Monday, I lost one of my small side diamonds from my wedding ring. It's a tiny square shaped stone, and most likely recovering it will be like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Thank goodness it wasn't the center stone, although finding that would have been easier I'm sure. Thank you Gayle and Mike for going out to the cemetery, at night no less, with flash light and glasses trying to find the stone! I can't thank you both enough! Since it is so small, it will probably not be found, but if any Red Bluff readers who attended the funeral may be crossing the same routes we followed, keep your eyes out for a loose, run away diamond! I'd be so grateful if it were found! Thank you readers!

6 comments:

Beth said...

Oh man...what a bummer! good luck!

Kim said...

Wouldn't that be amazing if someone found it? You never know. I'm sorry that it fell out.

DeClercq said...

Denise,

I don't know where you got your wedding ring from but that happened to me and The Shane Co. replaced it for free!!

You might want to call the Company where you bought it from, you never know...


Laura

Liz said...

Oh, I'm so sorry! And what awful timing. I hope it's found.

Cheryl said...

Hi Denise I had that happen to me also and the company replaced mines at no charge. So so sorry this happened to you.
Peace and Blessings
Cheryl...Snatch Joy!

Melissa said...

You learn something new everyday on these blogs. I had no idea a jewelry company might replace a missing diamond!