Lost my wallet.
I prefer sweats in the winter as they are far more comfortable. Today I had some business at the airport working on the tug moving SCS-1 into and out of the hangar.
I had a carb I was going to swap onto it until I found the fuel inlet was 180 degrees out :-(. So at least while I have it off, I can spray it out with carb cleaner.
Off to the Home Depot down the road to purchase same. I recall throwing my wallet in the right front pocket leaving the truck. Found what I needed and made my purchase with cash from the other pocket. Returning to the airport, I realized my wallet seems to have jumped out of my pocket.
I searched the truck, under and along the seats but nada.
Returned to Home Depot thinking about what credit cards etc I need to cancel. As I put the keys in my RF pocket, it occurred to me "Probably lost it when pulling my keys out to drive home." Checked my previous parking spot, also nada.
Walked into HD and approached the customer assistance desk. There were three women there all with 100% attention to their phones. I announced my self "Good afternoon... I was in here a few minutes ago... and my wallet is missing". 2nd woman: "What is your name?" "SandCastle Dad". And she produces the wallet. CA#1: "Did you know you're not on FaceBook?" as she showed she was searching for me on the platform. Me: "Yes... that's not an accident!"
I thanked all three and I thank the honest citizen that brought it in from the parking lot. There my or may not have been an emergency Benjamin in the wallet. I have not checked to see if it is still there... (Nor do I care)
A good friend years ago advocated "every 6 months or so, you should take your wallet to a copy machine, put the conents on the face and make a copy and file it away." That way if/when you lose it, you'll at least know what you've lost.
Good Call... need to reinstate that policy. Starting Tomorrow.