I found a wallet while out on a walk a few months ago. It was sitting right in the middle of the street and no one was around. There was no driver’s license, just a California state senior ID for a 77-year-old woman, two disabled bus passes and a total of $13 cash. No credit cards. Nothing else.
The wallet story is better than anything you can do with the drug money.
Hi Vickee. I know you were focusing on the hopeful and at times wondrous theme of serendipity. This was great! But I think what struck me and stayed with me most was how caring and conscientious you were in safeguarding the woman’s wallet, trying to locate her, and turning in the wallet to the police station-- and then thinking to ask the young man who spoke Spanish to offer an assist. A lesser person would not have made the stewardship of the wallet a priority. Hope this last bit of summer is going well for you.