spitfire55 said:Girl, your heart is made of gold. I'd hunt with you anytime, any place or under any conditions. You are an inspiration to us all. "God Bless You".
Billinoregon said:Melissa: A heartwarming story indeed. I know you returned the ring because you have a good and kind heart, but I hope your generosity is rewarded with many more wonderful and valuable finds. You must surely be a blessing to your family and friends.
Deputy Dave said:Great story and thanks for sharing it with us. We still have great people in our communities and you are the kind of person we need to help us to remember that.
DANGLANGLEY said:I have to say that I'm very proud to call TENNESSEEGAL my sister. She comes from a long line of treasure hunters. Hey sis, did it feel like your head was going to pop off when he hugged you? Great job sis... keep up the great work.
K Zack said:Honorable Mention for sure,
Thank you for sharing it with us.
It is very hard to put into words what it feels like to give some thing back that was lost years ago.
It is a Big Rush to say the Least.
Congratulations on a job Well Done.
VWandSTUDEBAKER said:I bet he had a story to tell folks too !!!
I've been doing this stuff on and off for over 40 years. When people ask me, whats the neatest thing you have found. For the longest time, that was hard to answer. Now adays, I answer....its the items that I can return to its owner. They just look at me funny. Until you have done it, you dont know how NEAT of a feeling that is.
My hat off to you for giving it back. Im sure some would have just melted it.