My mother always teases me, “Who would want to steal your car?”, but anyways, I just like the key.
All of my keys are color coded. I got these from the Ace hardward store, no, Bell Hardware just down the street.
Everytime someone loses a key or gets locked out of their house, I’m the one that bails them out.
This is a floatie, so if this key falls in, it'll float.
This is the only thing I had in my house. I never use this compass. Actually, I don't even know what way is North from here.
You should see my car keys.
The Smart Key is so you can change the lock on the house. We can change the code to the lock, just slip in a new key and change it without having to change all the locks in the door.
Sometimes I forget about the keys and they say, “Oh, you gain some weight” and I think it’s the keys.
I don't even know what kind of car it is. I just got in it and drove.
He tied this red knot through my house key, so when we got back from the docks at night, I could still find it in the dark.
My sister's husband gave it to me. It was really nice of him to think of my safety, but all I kept thinking was, "Thanks for making it look like I carry around a sex toy!"
The butterfly was on there, I just left it.
He’ll call me at noon on a Tuesday and say “Hey, can you drop by today and feed Arthur at five?” If I don’t have his keys on me, I’m S-O-L.
It's not really a big deal though, because I don't drive that often.
This keychain used to be all black, but I've used it so much, it's rubbed off.
I should go through and take out the ones I don't use anymore.
For myself, I bought this beautiful leather rose from a female leather artisan shop owner in the Campo di Fiore neighborhood of Rome.
This one goes to this office.
The keychain is red and gold—Chi Omega's colors, formally called "cardinal and straw".
When I was at their house over the summer, I found this one. The blue ones are the prettiest.
I need my keys to be small and flat so they can fit into my pocket.