Actually, there is no key.
Let me start at the beginning, or even before that.
Last Friday Mr.K went to Tractor Supply for dog food.
Later that day, Mr. K could not find his car keys.
In this house, we have two complete sets. We each have keys to both cars.
On Saturday I took my keys apart and handed him a key for his car.
We were fine...well, almost fine.
That's when he noticed that his inspection sticker expired in JANUARY!
We made it through the weekend and then Monday morning I was headed to Tony and Mindy's to babysit Henry while Mindy took Luca for his one month check up.
I grab my purse (where I always keep the keys) and hit the ignition.
It says the key is not in the car.
A quick dump of the contents of my purse on the front seat.
Nope, no key.
asked begged Mr. K to help me find the key.
No key to be found.
The only car we have with a key is his out of inspection Kia
(that incidentally is parked in the drive because Kia recalled it and said not to park it in or near structures because of fire danger)
I jumped in his car and drove (very carefully) to baby sit.
This morning, the first available time for inspection the car was legal!
Still no key for my car.
Mr. K started making phone calls.
Finally, he spoke with Nationwide. They agreed to help find a towing company that could get my car out of the garage and tow it to the VW dealer where they would program the new keys...when they come in on Monday or Tuesday.
We were just getting ready to eat dinner with a guy comes to our door. He came to tow my car to the dealer.
Now, I usually park in the garage with my window open. Don't ask why.
The guy knew how to put the car in neutral, but he could not get the window up!