Key Point — 10 Comments

  1. Karen, I know exactly how you felt. Recently, I tried to get into what I thought was my car only the key fob (or whatever you call it) wouldn’t work. I panicked briefly until I looked down the block and saw MY car.

    Talk about SENIOR MOMENTS! Cheers.

  2. Thats my fav verse in the Bible Karen. I have a secret answer for you Karen. Look in the last place first. Lol. (Hint: that doesn’t woek all the time eirher. Lol. Anorher trick. I look in the place where I NEVER put something. Lol. I can’t count the times when looking for something and I’ve said, “I NEVER put it t. . .” and there it is. Lol lol.

    • Thanks, Jim, for chiming in. My best bet is to ask the Holy Spirit. He has a better memory than I do!!

  3. Karen,
    It reminds me of the time I got out of the car to make sure the back hatch was closed securely. I left the engine on with keys ignition got out and closed the drivers door only to hear the automatic locks click. The car was sitting in the parking lot of a nursing home with the engine running for at least two hours before the locksmith could come and open the door. Boy, was my face red.

    That was over 15 years ago and the senior moments keep going on.

  4. WOW ! Reminds me of the time when an elderly lady drove her car to my place for me to take her “across the bridge” to Ft. Myers. We lived in Cape Coral. We shopped, had lunch and returned to my place. She could not find her car keys in her purse! I looked in her car to see if she had left them in the ignition~not only had she left them but the car was still running AND the doors were locked! We had to call the service station to get in the car and thankful she did not run out of gas before she got to the service station. Blessings, margaret

    • I’m smiling at this one. It seems to be familiar–from their own experience–to many people I’ve talked with. 🙂

  5. Karen, I don’t have to worry about my locking my car keys in the car as I do belong to On Star and they can always unlock my car for me. They can even help me if I am having a problem with my car and tell me what is wrong. I am now thinking about using them for my GPS also but that will cost me a little more. I will see. I do enjoy reading your articles.

    • Thanks, Mary. OnStar sounds like a good plan, though in my case I hadn’t locked myself out–just couldn’t locate the keys till I discovered they were already in the ignition. I appreciate that you are reading my blog.

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