I thought about waxing poetic about keys-it would reflect  the little collages of keys I have in my office:  It is an old window frame and right now I don’t have any chalkboard phrases up, but usually have things like; “Love is the master key that opens the heart.”  (there was a part of me that wanted to stay up all night and make some incredible chalk quotes-but that isn’t how isissies roll-we like to keep it real-relating to each other as true friends and not try to “out Martha” each other)

DSC03199 You know, quotes that show how the word “key” is a metaphor and all that.  But, really, when it gets right down to it, sometimes just mentioning keys makes us want to wax profane.  Like when they are lost, misplaced or in someone else’s pocket, but you didn’t know that…

I have had my fair share of key meltdowns, and apparently most of us succumb to the forgetfulness of where we left our keys-keys are # 2 &  # 3 on the list of top 10 things we misplace:

TOP MOST LOST ITEMS

1. Mobile / smartphone
2. House keys
3. Car Keys
4. Paperwork
5. Sunglasses / spectacles
6. Purse / wallet
7. Lip balm
8. Hair brush
9. Gloves
10. Clothing
11. Umbrella
12. Book
13. Bank card
14. Ticket
15. Coat
16. Diary / personal organizer
17. Sun hat
18. Laptop
19. Car
20. Tablet / e-reader

This little puzzle of hidden items, says it all-I have even looked in the fridge when I am trying to find my car keys-just. in. case.  See if you can find the key- the “key” to the lost objects is in the second image…. see what I did there-threw in a homonym for the word key.

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