On Friday you read about my lost keys episode. Now I want to tell you about another lost keys incident. No it didn't happen to me this time. It was someone else and the ending is noteworthy.
A few weeks after my lost keys episode happened, my lovely assistant was at Beall's shopping with her husband. They checked out and went to get into their car. Her keys were missing! Lost. Gone. Now you have to know my assistant. Every "i" is dotted, every "t" is crossed. She is meticulous. So for her to lose her keys is almost as unlikely as me winning an Oscar.
They went back into Beall's, retraced their steps, and talked to the employees. No keys were turned in. Nothing found. She gave her number in case they did get turned in or found.
A day or two had gone by and there was no call from the store. She thought for sure her keys were gone for good. Then she received a voice mail late at night from "Terry" at the store saying her keys were there. Elated she went to the store the next day.
At the store no one knew about any keys that had been found and they said no one named "Terry" worked there. They asked her if she was certain that it was their store that called her. She confirmed the store number from her caller ID. A bit frustrated she waited while they continued their search for her keys.
While at the customer service counter, she looked down and just so happened to see her keys. There they were!! (Cue the "Chariots of Fire" theme song.)
Now, my suspicions presume that an angel called her and found those keys. The clerks there knew nothing of found keys. There was no note left by any employee. And they said no one by that name worked there. Plus the clerks didn't even see the keys on the counter when she spotted them with a keen eye. I could be wrong but this looks like a "Godwink" to me. What do you think?
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