I quickly got out, shut my door, opened Sean's door, grabbed him, shut his door, then I stood in a stupified gaze..There on the passenger seat was Sean's diaper bag..(So.. big deal you say) well, you see the problem is that I locked my door and put the car key in the diaper bag...I also locked Sean's door..so there we were on the outside looking in. My notes, my Bible, all of Sean's nessecities were in the locked car.. I guess I was about to actually find out what it was going to be like to speak without my notes....Yikes!
As I walked into the school I was greeted by Gloria Wooldridge, and I'm sure that God put her there on purpose. She asked me how I was and I told her what foolish thing I had just done, she quickly took me aside and prayed for me. It was wonderful, she reminded me that this was about God not me..How reassuring!
My time at Chapel was awesome, I had no notes, no Bible but I had the peace and love of Christ leading me every moment, it was more than I could have hoped for! Praise the Lord!
So now, that that was over I still had to find a way back into my car. I called my husband ( his office is an hour's drive from here) and asked him what he thought would be the best thing to do. He thought I should call our landlord's son and see if they have a key to the house (the landlord is away to B.C right now and they have a spare car key). So I called, only to realize that their son and daughter in law were also away... The secretary at Grace, Judy Fanning (who is a most delightful woman, I'm so thankful for her helpfulness!) mentioned that maybe there is a spare key hidden at our house..I thought this was a wonderful idea so she let me borrow her car and I drove over in search of a hidden key..no such luck..I also tried every door and looked at every window, the place was locked up tight.
Back I went, I finally decided to call my dealership..boy did I feel dumb! When the lady answered I told her I was about to ask her one of the dumbest questions she would probably have all day. So I told her my situation and she put me through to the Service guys. Another thing about my Honda dealership is that its just down the road from the school! They said they would send a fellow up as soon as they could, which could mean 5 minutes or 30 minutes! Either way I was thankful that someone was able to help.
The service man was there in the 5 minutes and had my car open in less! I was so thrilled that I gave him a hug! I thanked him profusely and asked what the charge was..nothing he said, the hug was enough! How wonderful was that?!! Kudos to the Capital Honda Dealership!!
So thats my story..I'm just glad it wasn't Sean that I had locked up!
Here are just a couple pics for you to enjoy: hmmm for some reason Blogger won't let me post pictures at the moment..I'll try again later..Have a great day everybody! ...Finally Success!
More fun on the phone. And fun in the car!