Well...some would argue against that, but on this one I am right!
Ok....so the keys ended up locked in the truck on Saturday. My initial report was that I must have hit the lock button on the car door as I closed it up, but that wasn't my original story.
When it had happened, and when I called to tell Dusty what had happened, I swore up and down that I hadn't touched anything. In fact, I was halfway around the truck when I heard/saw the lights go "beep beep" and the truck lock. Without me touching the truck at all and with the keys inside.
Everyone told me I was crazy and that I must have hit the lock button on the car door when I went to close it. The sound was probably from a nearby truck locking. Fine. That was much more probable than the truck being spiteful and locking all on its own.
However, this morning it did it again and Dusty was there to witness it!!!
Tuesday is my day to head to the barn after work and have Dusty pick Wyatt up from school. The Renegades were still in the truck, so I unlocked it from the porch and put the keys back where they belong in the kitchen. I went out, opened the truck from the passenger side and grabbed the boots. I then shut the passenger door and walked away. I was at the drivers door of my van when the truck, without anyone touching it and the keys inside the house, beeped and locked. All on its own.
I turned to Dusty with a big grin and told him I wasn't crazy after all.
Of course, this means there is something wrong with the truck and we have to be even more careful to never, ever have the keys or Wyatt in it without us there as well, but at least I am not crazy.