As per the charming weather reporter on NBC, the day was supposed to be lovely. Sunny and 70 degrees. Who could ask for more? It was a lovely day until I lost my Cartier Tank.
I have searched high and low. I have upturned countless trash cans, even the neighbours trash, with their amazed permission of course. I rifled through fish skeletons and apple peels. I upturned empty boxes of Honey Nut Cheerios and Corn Flakes. I shook smelly open cans of tuna, until I was absolutely sure my Cartier Tank was not in the trash. I even jumped into my car to race to the city dump, until the ones closest to me explained that it may not be a good idea. My house looks like it has been ransacked. I did it. Every drawer has been opened and every closet in disarray. Oh I have a clean-up job when I get back to my senses, but not now. Now I have to find my Cartier Tank. I cannot remember the last time I saw it. But I know it is not on my wrist where it should be, and I know it has been on my wrist year in and year out. I cannot bare the thought of parting with it. It seems like a large crack has appeared in that part which I view my self, who I am. Oh I know this sounds like psychological drib drab, and truly if the watch was sitting in supreme comfort on my wrist I would have rolled my eyes too.
But losing the watch has rattled me to no end, and it is upon losing the watch that I realise the extreme connection I have. It will turn up. I know it will.
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I understand the connection one has with ones watch fully now, as I fear my watch is lost. Every space and nook I look into, and every shelf I walk past, I scan, hoping I missed something, and hoping my watch will appear. On second thought I haven't looked in the second bedroom behind the "How to Organize your life" stack of books.