A guy in Wisconsin just got his wedding ring back 14 years after he lost it in a lake. Someone found it last month, and posted a photo on Facebook. They gave it back after he identified it by telling them the engraving was the name of his wedding song, “It’s Your Love”…………………..Here’s another “lost in a lake” story: A 14-year-old in Minnesota named Connor Halso was fishing with his dad on a lake famous for walleye . . . but instead, hooked a wallet with $2,000 inside. They did the right thing and used a business card inside to track down the owner. It belonged to a farmer named Jim Denney. He says it fell out of his pocket while he was fishing a year ago. He offered Connor some money as a reward, but Connor refused, so he bought him a nice personalized fishing cooler to say thanks…….And finally…………..
There’s a story making the rounds about a dog in northern Michigan that kept escaping from a shelter . . . and breaking into a retirement home, so the retirement home adopted him. His name is Scout and it happened in 2017, but he’s still there. Residents love him, because having a dog around makes it feel like they’re back home again. Earlier this year, staff held a fundraiser for the shelter to thank them for accidentally giving their residents a comfort dog.