I met an an­gel at Su­per­store

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MY hus­band and I were shop­ping at the Su­per­store on St. Anne’s Road. When we went to leave, I couldn’t find the car keys in my purse.

I checked my purse three times, grow­ing more pan­icky each time. I re­traced my steps through the store and still wasn’t able to find my keys.

I was be­side my­self, as my house keys were at­tached to the car keys.

I asked the staff at the cus­tomer ser­vice desk if any­one had turned in a set of keys. The staff looked and couldn’t find any. I asked if she would make an an­nounce­ment over the PA sys­tem

Sec­onds later an an­gel called Peter Rad­ulescu came and said to my hus­band and me, “I’ll bet you’re the ones look­ing for miss­ing car keys.” I guess it wasn’t too hard to find who was miss­ing the keys, just by the look on my face. Sheer panic!

He gave them to me and I gave him a hug. He said he found them in our trunk key lock and wor­ried some­one might steal the ve­hi­cle. He took them out of the lock and was bring­ing them into the store when heard the an­nounce­ment over the PA sys­tem.

I want to thank the woman at the cus­tomer ser­vice desk as well as Peter for the re­turn of my keys.

I learned a les­son from all of this: Don’t keep your car keys and house keys on the same ring.

Thanks again, my an­gels.

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