Lost and Found

My boss found a dimebag by one of the gas pumps this morning. Apparently it fell out of someone’s car while they were fueling up.

If you think it’s yours, please send me an email (located in my blogger profile) or leave a comment here with your name, address, and telephone number. I’ll see that it gets back to you.

Thank you. And have a nice day.


About R.J. Keller

R. J. Keller is the author of Waiting For Spring. An avid independent movie enthusiast, she was Managing Editor of The Movie Fanatic website and created episodes of the writer-centric YouTube series, Inside The Writers' Studio, with author Kristen Tsetsi. She co-hosted Book Chatter with Stacey Cochran from 2011-2014. She lives in Central Maine with her family, where she enjoys gardening, collecting geeky memorabilia, and watching other people cook. View all posts by R.J. Keller

6 responses to “Lost and Found

  • Chad in the AZ Desert

    Cool, a bag of dimes. I think it’s mine. Huh…what…it’s not dimes in the bag? Oh. On second thought, I don’t think it’s mine afterall. 😉

  • Crystal Lynn

    I was thinking of dimes…then something from my misspent youth popped up in my head. Then I lived in Hawaii…. You have that in Maine???????

  • bunnygirl

    LOL! Reminds me of when I was a bookkeeper for a nightclub. I was there one Saturday morning balancing receipts from the night before when one of the cleanup guys knocked on my office door to inform me that he had found a lot of cocaine in the ladies’ room. I said I’d handle the situation, but he then told me he had already cleaned it up.

    Uh, okay. And you bothered to tell me all this, why?

    This was the same guy who regularly took beer from the cooler when he cleaned behind the bar. Not saying there was necessarily a connection, but even when we begged him to tell us he was taking it so we could write it off, he usually wouldn’t.

    Our other cleanup guy, we knew his favorite tipple and just automatically wrote off a bottle of Bacardi 151 every few weeks. No questions because none were needed.

    Ah, those were the days. Not.

  • Sid Leavitt

    R.J., great post. Chad, perfect top comment.

  • Ing

    It wasn’t mine…but maybe now it can be? 🙂

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