Karats on a carrot: Woman finds lost engagement ring on veggie

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A Canadian woman finds karats on a carrot, and shares the story of how her long lost engagement ring made it back to her after 13 years.

Mary Grams lives in Alberta, Canada and in 2004, she accidentally lost her engagement ring while gardening.

She searched for the ring but when it was nowhere to be found, she eventually gave up and bought a different one in hopes that her husband wouldn't notice.

Fast forward 13 years, her daughter in law was harvesting carrots in the farm and picked one that looked deformed. At first, she was going to throw it out, but after closer examination, there was the long lost engagement ring stuck in the middle of the freshly pulled carrot.

Mary's husband passed away 5 years ago and she admits her late husband never knew it was missing.

Also trending this morning, more proof that everything is bigger in Texas. Katy High School held a dedication ceremony for their new $72 million stadium, making it the most expensive stadium in the world.

Legacy Stadium can hold 12,000 people and features a huge video replay board. The school board says the stadium will bring in half a million dollars in revenue each year.

Finally, a Red Sox super fan got to throw out this season's first pitch at Fenway Park, but the toss was a bit of a miss.

Jordan Leander overcame Ewing's Sarcoma, a rare form of Bone Cancer recently so he was excited when he was asked to throw out the first pitch at Fenway.

Unfortunately the catcher tipped the ball though, and it flew over home plate and hit a photographer right in the groin. Ouch!