I know I remember coming home last night and passing by the kitchen to grab a sandwich. Then entering my room and prepare to rest for the night. But in the morning, I couldn't find my keys! Groan...we've searched everywhere but I can't find them! Oh where could they be?
Sorry I am just so distressed, I needed to vent.
not there paradigm... i even searched under the rug
I like this kind of challenge. Let me think...
oh please maybe you can see long distance??? You know I even thought it might be some sort of spirit who got it....you know coz we searched the sofa, the ref, the kitchen, all my bags, the bed, the living room, the laundry basket, the trash can....none!
That's irritating. One thing I do that helps tremendously is to stand in the middle of the room, close my eyes and take a deep cleansing breath; emptying my mind at the same time. Somehow, it produces clarity and I usually locate the lost item shortly thereafter.
Hope you find your keys. A holiday weekend is no time to feel stranded.
Try finding it in your bag, wallet or pockets..I agree with Emile. Just close your eyes and think and you would surely get the answer.
All the Best
This doesn't happen to me a lot as I always put it in my bag after I enter the door. So all of us looked and looked... and the day has ended, still no keys....I will do that tonight...close my eyes and relax instead of getting frustrated...thanks you guys!
Dump the contents of the bag on the table. Probably a good time to clean/organize it anyway.
I'm sure you've torn apart he kitchen already, but what about the silverware drawer and the refrigerator/freezer? (if it's there, you wouldn't be the first)
The only other unusual place I can think of so far is maybe they got kicked under the bed.
no pets...I just looked under the bed again...none.
sigh..thanks anyhow paradigm..will pray tonight before I rest...maybe tomorrow,
it will show up somewhere...if not, I will have to let go...
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