This year, I’ve been one of those obnoxious girls with a “birthday week” – I just got lucky I suppose. From a party at work to a much-anticipated child-free dinner out, from besties sending unexpected presents to our luxurious night away while my parents babysat. It’s been a great birthday week.
One such unexpected present arrived on Wednesday.
It’s a candle that smells like birthday cake, and somewhere inside of the candle is a gold-foil-wrapped ring, which is worth anywhere from $10 to $5000. You have to burn it to find the ring, and this is a pretty hefty candle – I’m guessing it’ll take hours of burning to get to the buried treasure.
The card didn’t have a name or a return address listed – just a gift message that said, “Happy 30th! I think our 30s are going to be awesome.”
I texted the person who told me she had sent me something in the mail – but it wasn’t from her.
I texted the person who was most likely to have found a product like this on the internet – but it wasn’t from her.
I texted some of the girlfriends I could think of who are thoughtful enough to send a birthday gift – but it wasn’t from any of them.
I texted my brother (sort of a last resort) – but it wasn’t from him.
So my question is: who sent me this diamond ring candle?
(And will I get one of the elusive $5000 rings?)