Continued from Part 1:
So I wake up to discover my iPhone and car keys are gone. I start calling my iphone hoping someone answers and I can find out where it's at. Eventually I give up hope and just have my number disconnected. Bye bye iphone. I actually just got my number re-activated on my old phone just yesterday. Anyway, so I have work that day (Saturday, went out Friday night) so I can't go to the club I was at to check their lost and found. I plan to go Sunday, but they're closed every day but Thursday, Friday, Saturday. So although I don't have my keys, I drive there to see how the car's doing. I get to where I parked only to find that the car isn't there. "Great, it's been towed", I figure, so I go to the tow lot Monday and the car isn't there.
This can only mean a few things. One, is that while I was black out drunk, I drove somewhere, parked, and walked away. It would have been a legal park, thus I haven't been towed. Another possibility is that it was stolen. It's possible that it was stolen at the original park spot, or I did drive it somewhere while black out drunk, and in my drunken haze I left the keys in the car, asking to be stolen.
So it's been a week now, and I still have no clue where the car is. I still haven't made a police report because I think the most likely scenario is that I drove and parked somewhere, and it's also not my car legally, so it's a tricky situation. I'm going to go check the tow lot again today, and drive around the city and try to spot it, but if not I'm going to have to file some police report. I feel terrible about all this because I never wish to put someone in a bad position, which is exactly what I've done to my friend with this car situation. Also, I went through the worst thing I've ever been through in my life and got kicked out of my band of eight years yesterday because of this car situation.
Definitely has been the worst week of my life, but I'm alive and trying minute by minute to keep a reasonable mind and fight on.