Returning from our vacation my fanny pack was left on the plane. It had my ID, all my money and credit card in it. I was just frantic. My husband immediately went to the airline attendant and told her what had happened. She tried to catch the plane but it had already left the terminal. (We were already 31/2 hours late due to aircraft mechanical difficulties.) Anyway the attendant said she would try to have mechanic look for my fanny pack after it gets into the hanger. At this point I held hands with my husband and said a prayer right there in the terminal. Within 30 minutes we saw a gentleman walking outside with my fanny pack. We had it in my hand less then 30 mins. Praise God he answers all our prayers. I was so thankful.
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