Personal Narrative Essay (Lost Wallet & Phone)
A wallet or a purse for some is a precious item in which most carry things more essential than money towards everyday life. If some people were to lose that portable safe, they may be off set for the rest of the day. The person without that wallet and phone could be cranky or depressed for a while. Maybe something of great sentimental value was in that wallet and phone. This person could stay hold these feelings for a long time, until they find their belongings by which case they are filled with joy. I personally, keep anything I may have4 interest in knowing where it is, in my wallet. I am very good about always having my wallet and phone and never losing it until recently.
In my wallet, I store my dire personal items such as my driver’s license and credit cards, pictures, sss card, and my gift cards for stores. Last summer I was in Malibu California with my husband and kids. I drove there with my wallet and phone and took it everywhere with me, like I would any other time. Well when you have no pockets, then it is hard to keep your wallet and phone right next to you at all times. I was carrying my wallet, phone, and keys; I set them on top of my car. When I figured out that, I needed the keys to start my car. I took off leaving wallet and phone on top of my car. I had been driving about 2 miles before I realized that my wallet and phone was not there. Immediately I pulled the car over, and the next hour I spent looking for my wallet and phone.
All I could think about was what I would lose if I did not find my wallet and phone. The week before was my birthday, and I was given a $500 dollar gift card to Best Buy and $300 dollar gift card to BEBE. A side from that I had $1000 dollars in cash. While walking up and down the road that my wallet and phone flew off on, my son found my Best Buy gift card. That eased my mind a little. However, that was all...