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A woman in Scotland, to thank the local community for helping her find a long lost bracelet that she was given by her late nephew’s three rooms.
Tom Blackie, of Edinburgh, received the bracelet for a couple of years ago, a close cousin, they grew up with, but who, tragically, committed suicide in 2016. Then, last year, during a trip to the seaside town of Portobello road, with her young son, Blackie misplaced the bracelet on, and was feeling very tired of it.
Tom Blackie, of Edinburgh, Scotland, was devastated by the loss of the tape, as it held sentimental meaning.
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“I was so close to my cousin, so it was just awful when I lost it,” the 29-year-old woman, said to me that they are the gift of her late nephew, Brett had given her, according to SWNS. “He’s meant the world to me; we were of about the same age and grew up together.”
Blackie said they were “looking and looking” and had almost given up hope of attempting to Facebook, where they have a group filled with members of the Portobello community. As a last ditch effort, she asked me to help him.
“It [the bracelet] is really a sentimental one for me,” she wrote, explaining that she was gifted with the jewelry on her 21st birthday from a family member who is gone now.”
Meanwhile, Blackie was gifted to the band by its close cousin, Brett, who tragically committed suicide in 2016.
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“I might even give you a small reward for it’s return and thanks to all of you to say,” well, ” she said.
Blackie said that the group was very friendly and helpful, and likable, but her post did not generate any leads for more than a year later, when she saw a post by another mother who claimed her son was found in a very familiar-looking bracelet on the beach.
“As soon as I saw it, I knew it was mine because it was missing one of the vital links in the supply chain,” she said, by SWNS.
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The other mother said that when she handed over the bracelet to a local coffee shop to get to the store, and Blackie was quickly reunited with it.
“It’s a miracle that I made it after such a long period of time,” Blackie said.
Blackie explained that the bracelet was a very meaningful time for her and Brett.
It would be his 29th birthday today,” she said. “It’s a miracle that I made it after such a long period of time.”
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