You know how it is–you have something that’s important, so you put it somewhere safe where you will be able to find it.
Well, guess what? I can’t find it.
The “it” I’m looking for is a little gold box that houses my polarizing filter for my camera. I have looked everywhere for it except for where it is.
Now in my search, I have found another item I was looking for and one that I wasn’t.
I found the lens cap for my lens, and I really needed to find that.
I also found a Christmas gift much in the manner of Clark Griswold; however, this one was for this year, so it didn’t have dust on it. Fortunately, I’ll be able to use it for an upcoming birthday gift.
It would be swell if I could find the little gold box before morning, but I’m not holding my breath. I do have an alternative to house the lens cover.
I guess I just don’t understand why if I put something where I can find it, when I need it I can’t find it.
Since I’m a geocacher, I think I’ll just start marking the coordinates in my GPS when I put something in a safe place again.