Good morning Everyone!
Have you ever lost something important like your keys while you were at work? Losing your keys at work is absolutely maddening because you know they have to be there SOMEWHERE or you never would have made it to work in the first place.
Well, that happened to Kim, one of the people I work with, yesterday. She noticed about 10 in the morning that they were gone, and by 5:00 p.m. yesterday every woman in the office (there are 7 of us, including Kim) had looked for those keys – we looked on her desk, in her desk, in file folders, behind her desk, under the two stuffed chairs in her office, under rugs, in the parking lot, in her car, in envelopes she had put in the mail, everywhere in the office she had been and everywhere in the office she had not been. By the time we left work at 5 (fortunately Kim had a spare key to her car), I was beginning to think that the keys had been carried away either by elves or aliens, take your pick. I asked her to text me when she found them, but no texts came in last night.
One was sent this morning, but by me, not her. Leaving the house, I had to lock the front door, and reached in the outer pocket of my purse to pull out my keys. I looked through the key ring a few times, trying to figure out where my house key had gone – and then the penny dropped. I was holding Kim’s keys in my hand from my purse. I called Kim immediately to let her know, apologizing profusely. FN.
I would like to believe that aliens or elves or Bigfoot or the Tooth Fairy slipped those keys into my purse when I wasn’t around, but deep down I know that the condition of absent-mindedness struck me again!
Have a great day!
FN. Kim has been a very good sport about it all!
That’s wild! How did kim’s keys get in your purse before 10:00 am?
We have no clue. The current theory is that I just picked them up off her desk automatically thinking they were mine, but I have absolutely no memory of doing so.
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