This isn't too exciting but it means a lot to me,
It starts with the death of my Grandma in November; it was a long and hard struggle with cancer that really shook my family to the core. My sister and me being especially close to her, even though there is 3 years between us, she treated us like twins and always bought us matching clothes things. When she died I was left with the usual feelings, guilt, grief, anger, denial and unfortunately harshness toward my sister for not being there half as much as I was, I saw a women I loved greatly deteriorate and my sister only saw her a handful of times if not at all towards her last days. She won't talk to me about it so I don't know why.
A couple of weeks later I noticed a ring lying on the floor of my hallway, I didn't recognise it and being the only girl in the house I couldn't figure out where it came from so I left it on top of the dishwasher. My boyfriend asked if it was mine but we just couldn't figure out where it came from.
A few times it seemed to follow me around. It never seemed to stay where I left it. I'd notice it by the kettle in the morning or even once on the floor beside my bed. I promise neither my boyfriend nor me were moving it so I gave in and finally put it on my finger. It felt warm and fit perfectly on my right index finger.
The evening after I put it on I went to meet people in the pub for my friend's birthday where my sister was. She showed me a ring on her hand "is this yours? I found it the other day and thought you might have left it after you stayed" I didn't, it wasn't mine. I showed her mine. Hers had a small ruby red stone and mine had an emerald green one, our birthstones, and were nearly identical. She said the same about hers that it seemed to follow her around and it fit her perfectly.
I don't know if it counts as paranormal because I haven't seen or felt anything from my Grandma, but, for some reason, me and my sister finding these feel more than a coincidence and has made me realise that she loved us both exactly the same and I need to accept what's happened and shouldn't let it change anything.