Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

She Left Her Car In Bar Parking Lot, Came Back To Find Surprising Note On Her Car.

A Surprising Note

There are few things that are worse than getting a parking ticket, especially if you left your car behind for a good reason. When a Canadian woman left her car in a parking lot overnight, she was expecting the worst when she went to retrieve it. She was blown away by what she received.

A Surprising Note

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When Paula Grzelak-Schultz went to get her car, she instantly got worried when she saw a note on her windshield. A few nights before, she had left her car parked near the entryway of a bar, so she figured the note was a parking ticket, or from the angry bar owner. Instead, she got a completely different type of surprise.

It's A Date

It's A Date

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Paula and her husband went out to dinner at the Original Joe's restaurant in Sherwood Park, in Alberta. Since it was their date night, Paula and her husband enjoyed a few drinks after their dinner. When they were ready to leave, they headed to their car. But Paula hesitated when they got outside.

Better Safe Than Sorry

Better Safe Than Sorry

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Even though Paula and her husband weren't drunk, at all, Paula knew that it didn't take a lot of alcohol to make it difficult to drive. "You don’t have to be drunk to be impaired," she told Today.com. "I wasn’t some crazy drunk lady, but I definitely had no business driving.” So, how were they going to get home?

Just Call An Uber

Just Call An Uber

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Since Sherwood Park is a rural town, there aren't too many cabs around. It looked like their only option was Uber, but it wasn't exactly the best. The couple knew it would take a long time since the drivers would be coming from other towns. But they needed to do the right thing, so they called an Uber. Paula had made plans to get her car the next day, but the plans didn't stick.

Stop For Snow

Stop For Snow

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The following day, they had a snowstorm. Even though most Canadians are used to getting a lot of snow, sometimes it's just the safest thing to stay home and ride it out. Unfortunately, that meant Paula wouldn't be able to go get her car. It was almost 48 hours later until she was able to go back.

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