Thursday, November 5, 2009

BYU Lost & Found

On Monday I lost by 4 GB USB drive that has all of my work on it from my entire graduate program. Yes, I back up my work but not often enough and I hadn't for at least three months. When I realized it was gone Tuesday night, I searched and searched for it with no luck. I decided that I had probably left it at the library. All I could do now was hope that it was turned in. Yesterday morning I called the library and they told me they had about 15 USB drives turned in from the day before that had all been collected on Tuesday (see, I'm not the only one). Mine was not there. They take all lost and found items to the WILK on a daily basis.

So I called BYU lost and found and they had it. It was easy to find because I had a printed label with my name on it.


Relief. I like it when people turn in my lost items - it makes me feel good.

On my way over to pick it up, I had a telephone conversation with Ann Dee. She seemed almost happy that I had lost the drive because it proved that I wasn't as organized as I seem because I do lose things.

Ok - true, I do occasionally lose things but it did have my name clearly labeled on it which made the finding process much easier. In fact, if I hadn't realized I was missing the drive, I would have known about it after receiving this email below (it came to me on Wed afternoon).


We have received an item that has your name on it. To claim your item, you must have the following date with you:

Your item is dated: November 3 #37

Please come to the BYU Lost & Found as soon as possible with a PICTURE ID and the DATE and NUMBER above to receive your item.

If you have any questions, please call us or respond to this email.

Address: 1055 WSC
Phone: 422-3024
Hours: M-F 9:00am- 5:00pm *Closed Tuesdays for the Campus Devotional*

*Items are held for 60 days. Please come in to claim your item as quickly as possible and contact us immediately if you cannot because items are not kept after this amount of time.*

1 comment:

Mona said...

Good to know that all is right with the world.