Misplaced

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The search started early morning, I usually place my work phone on the pile of books right next to the door since its the farthest it could be from me and I won’t forget its location. One morning I put my hand where I thought it would but it wasn’t there, so then I thought it was in my car but it wasn’t there either, so I came back and searched the room and I kept calling it. The phone was ringing but I couldn’t hear in it in the car.

I tried searching the car again even though I thought it wasn’t going to be there. I could hear it ringing when I called, but no sound in the car. So at that point I tried tracking my own steps and the places I could have taken the phone out. Lucky for me I only take out my phone at work or at home, not at random places or when I’m visiting some place. So there were only a few locations I could have left the phone.

Possible Locations:

  • Work Location 1
  • Work Location 2
  • Home
  • Car

There were only two places left, and after getting to location 1 and it wasn’t there so there was only one more place or the damn thing was lost. Lucky for me when I went there I found it under a pile of papers that I was going through in office location 2 when I was working late in the evening. I’m lucky that all my contacts are in Outlook so I just have to sync to get things going back again, it just really is bad to lose a phone.

A guy who is just trying to enjoy life!

7 Comments

  1. it’s bad to lose anything, let alone a phone .. yallah al7amdillah you found it

  2. zain ashwa legaitah, sharhetek 3ala elley thaye3at mobile’ha o sej madri wenah =/

  3. Laialy: Systematically found it!! lol

    Outkasty: alah ekoon ib 3oonich! Sara7a thay3at el mobile sa3bah!

  4. jewaira

    phew! glad you found it!

  5. Yep always back up, data contacts and important notes.. because once that gets lost.. then poof.. things start going down hill! I know! and its a pain recovering from it.

  6. N: I know what you mean, thats why I have everything backed-up on my laptop!

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