Tonight, at about 9:45 p.m. a man came up to my door and got my daughter to open it (I was upstairs). He had my wallet that I had lost two/three weeks past. He said he believed it was "your dad's" and he gave it to her, and she brought it to me.
It was wet; it had been in some water. All the money was gone ($200 or so), but all the credit cards, library card, Ralphs card, all that stuff was still in it. My license was there as well. These are all things that I have painstakingly replaced by now, by the way. Except the library card. I had forgotten about that one!
Now here's the weird part. Deep inside the wallet was a medallion about the size of a US half dollar. It's round, and in the middle is a crest with the letters OU on it. The crest is white, the letters are red and use that collegiate font. The U is partly over the O. I'm guessing Oklahoma University or perhaps Ohio University.
Anyway...I've never seen this thing in my life; I didn't go to any schools with the initials OU, and I have no idea how this thing got in my wallet.
Oh, and the guy said he found it in the interior courtyard of our complex, but I couldn't have lost it there because I know for a FACT that it fell out of my bike bag. It may have fallen on the exterior of the building, but not in back. So, someone took it there, took the money, and probably tossed it near the fountain. That's all I can guess.
And isn't it just like Murphy's Law that it finally turns up, now that I've gone to all the trouble to replace everything!