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And there was the wallet

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I was late for work and was on my way to catch the bus by my house on Rupertsland Avenue.

In my hurry, I dropped my wallet, but I had no idea I had done so until late in the evening when I went to go pay for my dinner with friends.

I reached into my purse and there was no wallet to be found. I was devastated.

This is the first time this has occurred in my life and I had a horrible sense of dread my ID, credit cards, even a flash drive with my wedding photos was in my wallet and now it was all gone.

I decided to end my fun night out early and head home. I got home, sat on my couch and sobbed. Well, sobbed is an understatement.

A few moments later, I checked the mail as I had been out all day. I reached into my mailbox and pulled out my wallet!

Everything was there, ID, credit cards, even my flash drive. I sobbed again, hugging my wallet and dancing around my house.

I hope whoever left my wallet in my mailbox reads this. If they do, please know this:

Thank you ever so much. Words cannot express how much I appreciate this.

— Kendra Flett

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