posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 04:32 PM
reply to post by insanedr4gon
Aww,My pleasure, that was a nice story.
Having a lost item returned is one thing but I can imagine at the age you were and at that time in your life that the wallet meant a great deal to
Can't put a price on those sentimental items eh?
Actually, I have a story a bit like that....... When all of my Nans grandaughters were born she gave us all a silver charm bracelet each which I wore
to my sisters birthday a few years ago. She had hired out the back area in a bar so between her guests and the normal friday night crowd the place
Sometime during the night I lost the bracelet, didnt even notice till the next day, phoned on the off chance that it was handed in. Nothing.
Almost a year later I was out one night with my sister again and we bumped into one of her friends. Because I don't live in the same city as sis, the
last time i'd seen her friend was at the birthday night. As we were chatting I noticed she had a bracelet on exactly like the one i'd lost and I
mentioned I'd lost mine at the birthday do.
The look on her face was priceless! Apparentley she found it by the bar when she was buying a drink, so wierd because there were hundreds of people
I like to think my Nan made sure it was noticed by someone who kept it safe for me