We had out driveway resurfaced on saturday. It smells really bad, but looks great. As a result, we've had to park the cars on the street while it "cured." This makes me a little nervous, because I really like my car and I don't want it to get smashed or broken into.
The caution tape came off the driveway today, so I had planned to move the car into the driveway later in the day.
Fast forward to later.
I look outside, and no car.
No friggin' car.
I wrack my brain- what happened to my car? Did it get towed? Did I inadvertently park too close to the fire hydrant across the street? I didn't think there was a rule about that, but you never know. Horror of horrors, did someone *steal* it?
I call Brewguy in a panic. I get that stupid, "your call cannot be completed as dialed," message.
I dig out my cellphone and try again. No answer at Brewguy's office. I call his cell.
"Hi. The car's gone."
"The car's gone. It's not there."
"What do you mean, it's not there?"
"It is not on the street. It's not there!" Now my voice is getting high and squeaky and I am totally panicking.
"It's not on the street? Did you look in the carport?"
This is akin to asking, "is it plugged in?"
My car is in the carport. Brewguy had helpfully moved it this morning because he was afraid it would get damaged on the street. He had apparently told me this as he was leaving at a time when I was on a teleconference for work. I guess I didn't hear him.
Whew. That was fun.