I hate to travel. All those decisions. Where to stay? What to wear? What to take? And now with technology it's even worse. You have the cell phone. The computer. The tablet. The kindle or nook. All the chargers. We usually travel by car, so that means everything gets tucked inside it for safe keeping while on the road. That makes me nervous. Clothes in a suitcase I can replace. The rest of it, not so easily and not without great expense. Yet sometimes you have to trust complete strangers to treat you right and not take advantage. Case in point this past trip east. We drove hours to see a concert and got there before we had time to check into a hotel. So everything we owned was packed in the car, covered by a blanket. And the only parking lot available was one where you had to leave your car keys for them to move the car. They state up front they are not responsible for anything. I was hysterical and did not want to leave the keys for them to ransack through my personal belongings. My hubby shrugged it off and simply said, this is the way people do business and we have insurance. This did not comfort me, so I was fidgety throughout the entire performance worried about all our stuff in the car. Not to mention the thought of our identities being stolen, too because of all the pertinent information on the computers. Therefore, I did not enjoy the concert as much as I could have. When we came back to get the car, everything seemed in tact. Nothing appeared out of place. But you never know, do you??? Something could still happen down the road as a result of this? Would you trust a total stranger with your car keys, car, suitcases and computers and just walk away for three to four hours??? And hand him $15 too. Seemed everyone did. But I wonder how many were from out of town, with a packed car, like we were?