The Day I Lost My Wallet Essay

401 WordsApr 10, 20132 Pages
Have you ever lost your wallet? A wallet is the most important thing people carry every day. If someone were lost it, they might be upset for a long time, just like me. It was a hot summer’s day; I had a few days off from work, so I decided to go to Orlando with my friends. We were having a great time at Universal studios. Then we headed to the hotel. I noticed that my wallet was missing. My wallet contained my credit card, student ID, driver license, and a couple hundred dollars. I was the only one who had driver license, “We are in trouble now” my friend said. True, I almost freaked out. Many problems ran through my mind. Should I cancel my credit card now? What is going to happen if I drive without license? How can I survive for next few days? I felt suddenly I was nobody without those plastic cards, I’m just an outsider of the world. Calm down, don’t worry, it should be around the hotel somewhere. I said to myself. Then I started looking for my wallet in my jacket, at the front desk, at the restaurant, in the car and even the drive way. I knew that I had used my wallet an hour ago, so there were very few options as to where it could be. But sadly it was still nowhere to be found. Losing my wallet made me depressed for the rest of the day. I could not believe I did something so stupid. It was one of the worst things that could possibly happen to me during a happy vacation weekend. I was in no mood to do anything. My friends were willing to lend me money until we got back to Naples, but I hated to ask for the money, so my dinner was a hotdog from Seven-Eleven with free water in hotel. The next day morning, I received a call from the front desk, “Somebody found a wallet in the lobby sofa,” she said. That was the sweetest voice I've ever heard. I ran to the front desk within fifteen seconds, and then I saw my lovely wallet. Everything was there

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