I have a favorite hoody. Today, I wanted to put it on to ward of the morning chill, but it was nowhere to be found. I looked everywhere and thought about where I last had it and realized it was in a hotel room we stayed in last week. I actually threw a mini tantrum over the loss of my favorite hoody.
As luck would have it, we were in the area and stopped in at the hotel and they had my hoody in the lost and found! I cannot tell you how happy this made me. Over the moon happy!
Have you ever lost a favorite item? Did you find it or was it lost for good?
Yay for locating your favorite hoody! I lost a necklace. As best I can figure, I left it in a hotel room in Nashville. It was a turquoise (as in the color not as in the stone) and silver necklace with a turquoise peace sign. One of my early pieces. Not at all valuable. I hope someone is enjoying it though.
During our first trip to the USA I got a silver howling coyote pendant in a shop near the Grand Canyon. I know it was cast and mass produced, but I loved that coyote. One day we went out and suddenly I noticed that my chain was open, not broken. No idea how that happened. My coyote was gone. We traced our steps, but didn't find it. I'm still a bit sad about that one. On our next trip I thought I could replace it, but it seems the Californian silver coyotes are not as pretty
You two have reminded of when I lost my favorite bracelet. It had a magnetic clasp, which always worry me, but this one was strong. We were on a long flight and it wasn't until we had left the plane and were well into the airport that I realized it was no longer on my wrist.
It wasn't a bracelet that I'd made and it wasn't an expensive piece, but it was unique and pretty and I'm still a little bit sad about it.
I bought a most beautiful vintage brooch in the flea market once and wore it a couple of times. One day, as I got out of my car I realized it was gone. I searched the car all over but couldn't find it. I was a little sad about it and gave up on it. One day I picked my grandkids from school and suddenly the youngest handed me the brooch and said "grandma, look what I found!"