If everything in life happens for a reason, I can only assume there’s a lesson on organization in losing one’s car keys.
There was a time when losing keys wasn’t that big a deal. A copy of a copied spare could be made for about $1.50, and life would get back to normal. Even if no spares were around, a locksmith could whip up a replacement in no time flat, or a new lock and/or ignition could be picked up at the local auto parts store and installed in an afternoon.
Losing keys to a vehicle made in the last decade, though, spells real trouble. Real expensive trouble!