Friday, January 22, 2016

Lost Keys

Yesterday, I was walking through an empty lot and found a set of keys. I figured since they had a snapfitness card attached, the owner would be easy to find.

But I was wrong. I called the number on the card. The guy who answered said they did not use those type of cards at their location. He was very puzzled. I asked if he could somehow do a search with the coded number. He told me the card belonged to a snapfitness in Minnesota and the name was Alexandra Smith. He gave me an email to the center.

I sent an email to that snapfitness but they came up empty handed. I posted the keys in a local FB garage sale group and even created a Facebook group for lost and found items in my area.

I found 2 Alexandras on fb but neither responded to my message

So if you are reading this, Alexandra, and have lost your keys, I have them and would really like to get them back to you.


  1. Poor Alexandra. How did she ever get home without her keys?

  2. I can't imagine loosing my keys, especially my car keys! Not too long ago, I was at Costco and found a set of keys in the parking lot. I turned them in to their customer service but I can only imagine the panic of their owner when they realize they don't have their car keys - stuck at Costco with a cart full of merchandise! Hopefully, they had sense enough to check at customer service.

  3. I don't know if I would have gone to all that trouble - you're a good person. Hopefully she got home okay. One of my first apartments, I lost my keys. The neighbors tried to help me break in but the building was too secure. It was the best of times and the worst of times!