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What’s in my pocket Some keys, a phone, but no wallet

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Key to the outside of my classroom on the first floor of my school. Used to be the only key to my room until ...

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House key. Location, location, location.

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I don’t use this one. It’s a secret.

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... someone tried to break into my classroom, and so I needed another key to secure the media lab inside my classroom.

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Elevator key at my school that I use only when I absolutely have to. Our school has springs under it, and the elevator rests on a pool of water most of the day. That doesn’t seem like a good thing. Besides, it’s been known to get stuck.

English department office on the fourth floor of my school. Since I don’t make the trek up much to the top floor (see #3), I’ve only used this key maybe four times.

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What I don’t have in my pocket today: car keys. Since I walk to work (see #4), the fact that I live three doors down from my school also explains why I don’t have a wallet in my pocket. Chris Sloan

Things I Carry  

The stuff we keep with us says a lot about us; so does our stuff we choose not to.