Here is how the story goes:
Angela's son had to go to the bathroom. So, he went to the bathroom at the park at IS #10 in Astoria. He came out and said to his mom: "Mom, there is a school bag in there!"
So, his mom went in and noticed that it was not a school bag but a woman's purse. She picked everything up and put it back in the bag. She called my dentist trying to find out who I am, she went to the address on my license to see if I lived there. Finally, she found my postcards from my Christmas CD, which I carry with me as a business card.
And then she googled me and found my blog and commented with her phone number. I called her and she was so nice and gracious and helpful. She said my ID, SS card (I know, I won't carry it on me anymore), and keys were still there. Unfortunately, hours earlier I had paid $280- to have the locks changed, simply because the name of my condo, the address (on a letter from the owners), and the unit number (written on my key for the super's purposes) were all very available to the crook, and that was basically an invitation to come on by and take more stuff.
I am meeting her this morning after I drop off my daughter at school, and I will see if there is anything else there that would have been really inconvenient to lose...after I spray it all down with some Lysol of course.
Thank you Angela....unfortunately since I just threw a considerable amount of money away in repairing this damage (new phone, new car window, new locks etc.), I have nothing to give you by way of reward, but I think I will bring you my CD, especially since the postcards for it saved the day.