The other day, when the newlyweds lost everything when their house was destroyed in a plane crash, they found something close to their heart.
He wore a rubber ring and kept his other ring in their house.
“It would be amazing to be back, but in the end, this is the most important thing,” said Courtney Campbell.
The next day, just five months into their home, the couple sifted through the ashes until they finally found it, Cody’s wedding ring. It was charred, but all in one piece.
Courtney wrote on Instagram“We are speechless. “She’s untouched, soaked, now perfectly imperfect,” Cody wrote on our wedding day, giving us a photo of us.
The words of the letter bleed into their picture, the couple plans to frame it.
They also found wedding gifts, postcards, and a Mrs. Campbell bronze poster with their original wedding date of December 6, 2020, which they postponed to May 2, 2021, due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
“But it is a blessing to find a wedding ring, because those things are irreplaceable,” says neighbor Jack Eki Elias, who lives on Rem Jeremiah Street near Campbells.
Elias says he is very happy that the couple was able to find the little ring in all the ruins.
“It’s amazing. “It’s a miracle in itself, yes, just the fact that they found a wedding ring or something through it, it’s just a blessing,” said Elias, who says the plane crash shook his home, he and His three sons thought it was an earthquake.
Cody և Courtney was taken picture: What is left of their home is “a reminder of how incredibly grateful we are to be here.”
TO WATCH. The newlyweds recently bought a house that was destroyed in a plane crash in Santi (October 2021)