The Washington Post Magazine is bringing back one of its popular features, Editor's Query. Each week that the column runs, we post a question and ask readers to send us responses ¿ and those have run the gamut, from hilarious to eyebrow-raising to deeply moving. We know there are plenty of fascinating tales to come. So, give some thought to our first question, and send us a story: Tell us about a time when something precious was lost and then found.
If you have a 100 percent true story taken from your own experience concerning the above query, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or The Washington Post Magazine, 1150 15th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20071. Include a daytime phone number. Recount your story in 250 words or fewer.