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First Moon-Landing: How Astronaut Recovered Missing Wedding Ring

Wedding rings are tiny treasures every couple makes sure to safeguard. It reminds them of their vows, their oath to commitment and fidelity. Many consider it a symbol of a perennial love, one that has come to stay and grow for as long as time permits. Little wonder, rich couples make sure to pick very expensive ones and average couples have no option but to choose the ones which match their budget. What does your wedding ring mean to you?

Furthermore, the sparkling diamond or gold ring is not just another jewelry; it holds a deeper essence! This is why it is worn on the fourth finger of the left hand which is known as the ring finger. This ring finger was believed to house a vein called ‘Vena Amoris’ or the ‘Vein of Love’ which connects directly to the heart. Although there is now scientific evidence disproving this, many people still hold this myth dear.

What Happens When A Spouse loses His/her Wedding Ring?

However, losing this precious seal of love for a couple might result in trust issues between couples. Some people believe also that the loss of a wedding ring is an omen, a sign that misfortune is looming ahead for the couples. For this reason, as well as the value attached to wedding rings, many well-to-do couples visit a jewelry insurance outfit to insure their rings just in case they lose it.

Do you know that while on the first moon-landing mission Apollo 11, one of the astronauts lost his wedding ring? Well, now you do! But luckily, another astronaut found it floating during a spacewalk nine days later. If the ring was not found and the astronaut was married to a woman with trust issues, can you imagine what it might result into?

Finally, we will like to hear from you. Do you have any friend whose spouse lost his/her wedding ring? What was the reaction of his/her partner? Share with us!

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