From the Library - Lost and Found by written by April Cushing and read by Charlotte Canelli
I know someone who claims to have never lost anything. Is that even humanly possible? If the name weren’t so fraught with pejorative connotations beyond the inability to keep track of stuff, I’d join Losers Anonymous in a heartbeat. I’m thinking of two particular incidents.
I picked up my daughter at the 128 train station recently to take her to the dentist while I waited in the parking lot. After dropping her back at the train en route to the Morrill Memorial Library, where, ironically, I help people find things, I reached for the shoes I’d tossed on the floor of the front seat.