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Forgot our keys at a restaurant last night, when we went to get it the place was closed but curiously there were no doors so Ed just walked in. 21 more words

The Streetlight Effect: Did You Lose the Keys Here?

The streetlight effect is a type of observational bias where people only look for whatever they are searching by looking where it is easiest.

The parable is told several ways but includes the following details: 182 more words


Have you lost your grommet?

When my kids were little we had a children’s book about a teddy that falls out of a stroller*, gets picked up, loved, lost, found, lost again and so on until, eventually, it finds its way back to the doorstep of the house of the child who lost it in the first place, with the parents just thinking it had fallen out as they were leaving the house and never knowing the many adventures wee ted had undertaken. 294 more words

Around Town Things

Awkward Muse

You know the moment I type of.
Where you’re standing all alone.
Not looking at anything, anyone.

Yet, standing still and looking out
into the great beyond, eyes gone kind of blurry. 137 more words

Three To Look For (2014)

1. Treasure.

2. Lost keys.

3. Possible bad weather.
To prepare-
For springtime weather fare.


It Can't Get Any Worse

I don’t know about you; but everything always works out for me.  Doesn’t matter what it is, it just always does.  I’m the luckiest person I know; always have been.  2,108 more words


Allegories are rampant as Canada Geese in early spring New England skies. You can find them anywhere really, a mind ready to make associations that would not exist without the patterns and constructs of that very same mind. 1,333 more words