Losing a precious gift isn't always an easy thing to get over, especially if it's from a special someone. Sometimes when you lose a gift, you get it back in ways you never expected and from people you've never met.
Rickesha Wright lost a $40 necklace that her husband, Willie, bought for her as a symbol of their love. He's currently suffering with Stage 4 colon cancer with little time left to live. He hoped that the piece of jewelry would be passed down to their daughter once she got older.
The significant meaning behind the missing pendant is what made Rickesha so dedicated to recovering it. She posted on Stolen KC, a Facebook page devoted to finding and posting lost items. Although the post was liked and shared several times, no one came forward with the trinket.
Please help!! On Wednesday I went to KU medwest on Renner and was wearing the necklace in the picture and somehow lost...Posted by Rickesha Wright on Friday, February 12, 2016
Please help!! On Wednesday I went to KU medwest on Renner and was wearing the necklace in the picture and somehow lost...
Posted by Rickesha Wright on Sunday, February 7, 2016
The cry for help did catch the eye of Jennifer Bell, a worker at Helzberg Diamonds, the place where Willie originally purchased the necklace. She realized that they had the necklace in the store and immediately wanted to buy the item for Wright. Along with a fellow coworker, Bell was able to gather up the money and finally solve Rickesha's dilemma.
Watch the video below to see Rickesha's reaction to this lovely act of kindness.
via Little Things