Thank goodness for cell phones and smart phones, right? Otherwise you’d be borrowing 2 quarters to first call information and then call your husband!
I got locked out once but it was kind of silly. My parents live down the road and while they have keys, they didn’t have keys to any of the outside doors, just the inside door (inside the garage). The inside door was happily unlocked, but the outside doors were locked and so was the garage door (99% of the time I have my car!)
So my brother was at my folks’ and he came over. We were going to bust one of the plate glass windows in one of the doors but I remembered I had a dog door that the dog didn’t use. It was covered by a flimsy metal plate to keep out raccoons but I busted it down with a swift kick! Then my brother crawled through! Then he opened the door and let me in! It’s good that both of us aren’t super fat.
Anyway now I have keys for the outer door and inner door. So do my parents. And I have a keypad that opens the garage door like iftheresaway. That’s a nice bonus because if someone needs to grab something from my house and I’m not home (this happens) I can just tell them the code and they are in.
So jsgoddess what is your plan to avoid this situation in the future??