Magda Nieto

Designing and living Experiences

Why people always lose their keys? September 1, 2008

Filed under: Memory — magdanieto @ 7:57 pm
Today I lost my keys! Well I though I did. I spent 40 min in the morning trying to find it and I couldn’t. I left home, expecting that when I come back one of my flatmates will open me the door, thing that they did. Wondering when the h… I left them; I spent my whole day, reassuring me that must to be at home, in some place, because yesterday I got into the house.
My thoughts began will the hope that I will find it, and then I passed to the point to feel insecure, because there is always the possibility that you left them in the door, and someone took them and next you will be sack by the thieves.
But NO, as always the human being don’t pay attention to his actions and forget where he put the keys. When I came back home, that first thing that I saw, was my keys. Where they were? Well, yesterday I thought I would be good to be organised and put the keys in a specific place where I could find them. But, today I forgot to remember that yesterday I change the location of the keys, and I thought that I lost them.
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One Response to “Why people always lose their keys?”

  1. Prometeo Says:

    Yes, it does happen to all of us… even in the best families! It would have been nice if you had uploaded a picture so we can see how organized your flat is! it sounds as it is not as neat as it ought to be. Things always get lost when you really need them but the moment you stop looking form them that is when they will appear again, it’s called Murphy’s laws.


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