Had quite an adventure on Sunday. I went to the Supermarket with the intent of getting an electric knife. I have been wanting an electric knife for quite a while. I could have had one years ago but never just never bought one. Anyway, as I said I went to the market…I also got some tomatoes and lettuce. After paying for those items (this is where my story gets interesting), I went to my car and reached in my pocket for keys and they weren’t there, I searched frantically by that time I was at my car and found my keys EEK WERE IN MY CAR.

That is when things got very interesting. I went back to the market and asked for assistance. I explained why I needed assistance but no one could help me. No one in the market knew what to do, so I had person at courtesy desk to call police for me. I talked to police and they said there was nothing they could do, even after I told them I had Diabetes and needed to get home at that moment I felt like I was stranded on an island. Someone suggested I call a friend. I wasn’t thinking clearly because it was near lunch time. I have never really felt that way and if I did I would reach for resources that I knew were available. Thank God I do have some resources I called a friend who came and picked me up and understood what happened, because it’s happened to her.

Although leaving my keys in the car is a rare event. Normally I would call my husband but he was unavailable, he was a distance away and out of reach by cell. When he returned home hours later I told him my story and he suggested I get keys made and keep them on my other key ring, which I had thought to do. End of adventure he took me to get my car and it was still there with the keys still in it.

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Comment by MeadowLark on October 29, 2007 at 3:51pm
Yikes!!! Been there done that!I keep a spare set of keys in the bottom of the diaper bag:)
I'm glad you had a friend that could come get you!
Huggles!
MeadowLark
Comment by Dee Meloche on December 30, 2007 at 7:49am
I'm glad you finally made it back home.You can also get a magnet holder.I'm not sure that's what they're called but you close a car key in it snd it magnetizes under your bumper.It has helped us out a few times.

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