On sunday my nine years old daughter had an away soccer game. I wasn't feeling that well as I had the flu coming, but I didn't really know yet. We did the one hour trip, and as she and the team met and started warming, I went over to the skate park next to the fields. As I said, I wasn't feeling well, but I decided to skate a little to see if that could help. I put my pads on and emptied my pockets from anything unnecessary. Wallet, phone, daughter's phone, house keys all went into a box in the trunk. I closed the box and closed the trunk and just realized that I wanted the water bottle with me. Put the hand in my pocket to unlock the car, but there was the house key... While the car key was in the closed box in the trunk of the locked car... Crap, I better call my wife. She had been driving the other daughter to an away game the day before, so it was supposed to be her day of fun and recreation. This didn't feel good! But the phone's in the trunk... Back at the soccer field I found one of the other parents, so I could use his phone. Then I realized that my wife was leading her gym class, so I couldn't call her. I called my mom instead. She said "Yes I can go there, Where are the spare keys?". I had to ask her to go to gym and ask the reception where my wife was. Then go there and ask her where she kept the keys... Meanwhile the fever was getting a hold on me. The weather was sunny and low eighties, my sun hat was in the car and so was my water. I could get a zip from my daughter bottle in the pause, but I was feeling quite miserable for more than one reason. On the other hand I saw my daughter score a goal near the end, and in first half, when she was the goalie, she saved a penalty shot. Not everything was bad! Eventually both my mom and wife showed up after a couple of hours. I didn't even have to drive home. I like, even love, driving, but not with the combination of fever and overheating. I've had my license for 33 years and this was the first time I locked the keys in.