Shiloah, Avery, to the left, just so happened to find Joann Johnson’s wedding ring in the Immediate Pot box on christmas morning.
A woman in the state of Washington opened its new Instant Pot on christmas day of the year only to find a more valuable, and perhaps in a better surprise inside: a fellow consumer diamond wedding ring.
Shiloah, Avery, or Port Orchard, told Q13 Fox that, after ripping open the packaging and remove from the pressure cooker, they immediately saw the ring, which is actually from a wedding ring and a wedding band— sitting at the bottom of the box.
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“They are soldered together and you could see that it would be with someone who has the ring for a long time,” Avery said.
Johnson had lost the ring on a trip to Walmart, where they opened Directly on a Pot to check it.
Meanwhile, not far from where Avery lived, Joann Johnson was looking for the lost ring, which she misplaced a few months back at a local Walmart during the open and inspect an Instant Pot, she was thinking of buying.
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Johnson, who had lost the ring just before her 20th birthday, took the city’s Facebook page to see if there was someone stumbled on it at Walmart, but had no luck until Christmas Day, when she saw Avery had posted a photo of the Instant Pot box to the exact same Facebook page for subtitles, “I found a ring.”
“And it was as if an electric shock goes through me,” Johnson said.
Johnson soon connected with Avery ─ whom she called her “Christmas angel” ä and brought out the ring.
Johnson now calls Avery her “Christmas angel” for finding and returning the ring.
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“It’s been fun making a new friend,” Avery told Q13 Fox. “And it is really fun with a good end.”