I did it again, today. Lost my keys, that is. I don't understand, I had them one minute and the next they were gone. Where could they be? Of course, I would be at my daughter's house. I was getting my grandchildren and Chloe packed into the car to take Tyler to school and bring Tava to my house, after she and I walked the dog. I picked up lunch bags, backpacks, etc. and I had the keys in hand, or so I thought. Because, after everyone was strapped in, I couldn't find the keys. I was sure that I picked them up; so, they have to be here somewhere. I quickly checked and sure enough, they are no where to be found. I retraced my steps into the house and I still couldn't find them. Realizing that there really wasn't a lot of time to look right then, I had to tell everyone to get out of the car; we have to walk to school. Oh, did I mention that it was raining this morning? Tava and Tyler got their umbrellas and off we went. Neither were too pleased. Tyler finally got up to speed with Chloe; but Tava was tired and complaining that we were going too fast. I thought we would never get there. After, a very leisurely stroll home, I began the search. First, I checked the car again. Then, I looked everywhere else I could think of. I searched everywhere that I had been, Tyler's room, Tava's room, the bathroom, etc. I fed them breakfast; so, I even checked the cupboards and fridge. How could they just disappear like that. In my search, I did find the extra set of keys that I had given Tricia. Thank goodness! I was not looking forward to walking Tava to preschool at lunch hour. I gave up looking. Tava went to school and Chloe and I went for our walk. Later in the day, I picked up Tava and Tyler from school. They played outside at the school with friends for about an hour and then we went home. I had one last look when their dad came home and alerted everyone to be on the look out for my keys. At the end of the day, when I was unpacking the car at home, I found my keys in the bottom of a shopping bag with a loaf of bread in it. Go figure! And how was your day?