I have a dilemma concerning the engagement ring which belonged to my grandmother (my Dad's mum) which she gave to me, I think because I was her first grandchild. It's not a very valuable ring and in fact I would never wear it because her marriage was not a happy one - my grandfather, who I never met, left her for another woman when my father was eighteen. She did play quite a large part in my life when I was a small child - we lived a few streets away from her. However, I came to think that the ring ought to have gone to her daughter, my aunt. When my mother died I inherited her rings and thought that was very fitting. None of these rings would be worth a lot of money and I would never sell them anyway. I heard a few days ago that my aunt has died at the age of 98. She has 3 daughters and some grandchildren. I feel that I ought to pass the engagement ring on to the daughter who has looked after her for the last few years since she had a stroke. When I have talked about my dilemma with friends they have said that it was my grandmother's choice to give the ring to me, so I should not feel guilty about it. I don't have daughters to pass the ring on to. Should I keep it, or give it to my cousin?
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