I am not very responsible. I lost my phone. No, I'm not a teenager but I do know where I left it. I took my grand daughter, Ella to Lake Shawnee to play at the park. I was taking a break and sitting on a table looking at my phone. Ella came over and we started eating sunflower seeds. Let me clarify, I was cracking sunflower seed shells and Ella was eating the seeds. Then I taught her how to break them open with her teeth and remove the seed herself. I remember setting my phone down on the table but I never picked it up.
The bad part was I didn't even miss it. I missed it when I was going to bed and I couldn't find the phone to charge it up. I did a thorough search and called the phone. Calling the phone did not do me any good. I went to church in the morning and I turned off the ringer. The ringer was still off.
It was time to go to the computer and do an Iphone search. I was able to locate my phone as it traveled around Topeka. I watched it go from here to there for an hour and a half. It made the rounds around east Topeka and then it stopped. Where did it stop? At the Topeka Police Department. I watched as it went from the parking lot into the building. I got a call from the police department saying, My phone had been turned it. Thank you to whoever turned in my phone. I appreciate your kindness,