Monday, November 03, 2008

Small Miracles



The key has been found.  Definitely a small miracle seeing as how it was at a deli counter in a bus terminal by our house.  Not my first guess.  We are grateful for the small miracles that seem to endlessly pepper our life.  Yay for happy endings.  

{And yes a spare has already been made.  Lesson learned.}  

*photo courtesy of flickr

11 comments:

  1. The deli counter! I thought you were going to tell us how you ripped your couch apart or how it had been lodged behind the crisper in your refrigerator. But the deli counter, I am shocked it made its way back to you. Congrats.

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  2. so how the heck did you get find it???

    so glad there's a happy ending!

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  3. really? A deli counter?! Crazy! Glad you guys found it.

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  4. what? totally nuts. did you find it before you paid the $1000?
    PS the blaze wasn't THAT cool. don't be too bummed

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  5. No, seriously, tell us how you found it!

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  6. OK...here's how it went down. I went to a bus terminal by our house (sorry but I don't give specifics about our location) because I walked through there the day I lost the keys. I asked if there was a lost and found. This guy told me to check with the police office in the terminal and pointed me to the door. THEN he told me that he thinks someone turned in some keys at the deli counter, so I should check there first. So I asked the deli counter lady and she didn't know what I was talking about. AS I'M WALKING OUT THE DOOR she says "wait a minute...." and holds up some keys... they were not mine. Then she said "what about these?" They were mine and I started yelling and jumping up and down and I even hugged the large fellow in line next to me as I was so excited. It was a joyous moment. Then end.

    Crazy right?

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  7. Congrats! (Delurking btw. We are friends with B and related to his BFF). We read often and love the personality of your little Beanie

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  8. Absolutely amazing. If this were happened in say...pleasant grove, no biggie. BUT NEW YORK?

    I love it!

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  9. Love my grammar there...

    "if dis were happen in...
    hooked on fonics worked for me".

    Ya, i think you know what i meant. But still, I must point out that I KNOW I hastily wrote the comment and it was so not grammatically correct. I'm a Nazi about grammar. Oye Veh!

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  10. Delurkers welcome. Jennifer, I think I've met you...

    Molly--no problem, I got ya.

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