Monday, November 2, 2015

The Missing Key

When we were going through my Mom's Cousin's things we were told, "The lamps stay, and so do these furniture items." Everything else could pretty much go.

One of my boys showed me an antique key. I said, "Oh that's cool. Put it back please."

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I went on to box up this, that and the other. All the sudden I hear one of my Aunt's say, "Does anyone know where this key went? We need to have it because it opens this cabinet." 

I asked both boys. Mica said, "I put it right back." Isaak wouldn't tell me anything at first. 

I said, "I'll look in every box we took." 

No box in the car had the special key. Isaak came clean and said, "Mom I put it in my box." I had no clue where his box was at. Sure enough back at the apartment, inside a box that Isaak claimed as his was the antique key. It had coins, and necklaces in it to.

I'm so glad we found it!

7 comments:

mail4rosey said...

Those old skeleton keys really are cool looking. I'm glad you found it too.

Masshole Mommy said...

I am glad you found it. My little one is fascinated by stuff like this, too.

Cascia Talbert said...

Happy to hear you found the missing key. Enjoy the rest of your day.

Kristi Maloney said...

Ryan has a key like this. These types of old keys interest him. He loved that movie Coraline, which had a similar button key. (Great Coraline cosume btw!!!!)

~ Noelle said...

Glad you found it, but they really are neat looking keys!

Theresa Mahoney said...

I love old keys like that! So glad it was recovered!

indah nuria Savitri said...

I loveee vintage stuff..and that skeleton key is pretty cool indeed :)

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