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Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle

I lost my class ring in the sea many years ago! Is it an aqamarine stone? I can also tel you the high school. I'm assuming the photo you have may not be of that particular ring. Perhaps it is a guy's ring since it fit your mddle finger. I am curious about the ring and wonder if by some mysterious chance it may be mine.

God bless!



That would be the most amazing thing that ever happened to me! But the stone is pink, and you are right that it is not represented by the photo. The ring is from a high school local to the Jersey Shore.
I took it off after Christmas but continue to pray for the owner and hope he/she may someday read the blog and I can return it to them.
I hope yours is returned as well. I will keep my eyes open!

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