Dude I think you answered your own question
I'm sorry to hear about your accident and I'm glad to hear that you're okay now. As for your missing house keys, it's understandable that you would want to get them replaced as soon as possible. Regarding your ex, it's up to you whether or not you feel comfortable asking her to arrange for a locksmith. If you have a good relationship with her and feel that she would be willing to help, it could be a good option. However, if you don't feel comfortable asking her or if you're unsure about her motives for visiting you, it might be best to look for other solutions. You could try contacting a locksmith yourself or asking a trusted friend or family member to help you out. Ultimately, it's important to prioritize your own safety and well-being in this situation. Make sure that you take the necessary steps to secure your home and belongings, and don't hesitate to reach out for help if you need it.I recently had a major accident on my Suzuki sv650. I was trying to make a left turn and the handle locked.. so I went on to skid for about 35 meters. It was a lifethreatning one. But I’m fine now. Almost two weeks later.. ready to go home from the hospital. They gave me my belongings, but my house keys are missing. They said that they didn’t find any.. My ex has been coming to visit me a lot. Should I ask her to arrange for a locksmith?
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