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We all have our keys in life. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)
We all have our keys in life. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)
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Wednesday, Apr 11, 2012, 7:30 PM PDT
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I have a very special set-up for my keys. Bear with me and I'll tell you about them.

The biggest and best key I have is my car key. It's the only two-way key I have, meaning it's effective on both ends.

Directly next to my car key is the key to get into my condo. It's not the biggest key I have but it's probably the most important because it defends what's most important to me.

Right next to that is my keyfob. Without that, I can't get into my car. The car key, home key, and keyfob are my "home" keys, or where I find my bearings. They're the "key" keys, if you know what I mean.

Attached to my keyfob is the gate key to my complex. I take both the gate key and the keyfob with me when I go jogging so I can get back in.

I have 5 work keys on my ring, which I have interspersed among other keys in a precise way so I know which one opens which door. They can be a pain sometimes but I need them if I want to succeed in life.

In between those work keys I have: my parent's house key, my old roommate's house key, my parent's other house key and my garage key. These aren't the most important keys I have but they do their jobs. They're like the "veterans" of my keys, although that's probably not a great analogy.

Finally, I have my mailbox key. It's silver and pretty small.

So anyway, those are the keys on my key chain. Thanks for reading about them. Check back tomorrow and I'll tell you all about where I place food in my refrigerator. Here's a tease: the yogurt goes on the top!

Prediction: Oh, I have a Ralph's Rewards card on there too.