Oklahoma woman turns to social media to find beloved bracelet with late mother’s handwriting on it

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OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma City woman is desperately hoping the internet can help her find her bracelet.

But, it's not just any bracelet.

Natalie Silger Fluty's mom passed away three years ago.

After her passing, Natalie had a bracelet engraved with her mom's handwriting.

The engraving says, "I love you forever."

Natalie thinks she may have lost the bracelet at Quail Springs Mall over Christmas break, and she's hoping that sharing a photo of it on Facebook will help get it back.

"I know this is a long shot, but I have to try. I lost this bracelet in Oklahoma City, I think, at Quail Springs Mall over the Christmas break. It is very special, because it has 'I love you forever' engraved on it in my mom's handwriting. I lost my mom three years ago, and this bracelet means a lot to me. Please, share, and see if we can find it."

Her post has been shared more than 37,000 times since Wednesday.

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