"Since she didn't know her address and she was in no shape to be out by herself anymore, we went to my place. Upon arriving, she saw my cat, decided it was the dog from Anchorman, and started yelling, ’Baxter!’ while chasing her around the house.
"I told her she could sleep on the couch, and she said no. So I said she could have the bed and I'd take the couch, and she said no to that, too. I told her that we definitely weren't going to be sleeping in the same bed and suggested that she call her sister to get her address, and she finally agreed. However, she couldn't work her phone, so I asked her sister's name and flipped through the directory to find it, and then called the sister to get her address.
"We got a cab and started heading over to her sister's place. At a random red light in the wrong neighborhood, she just opened the door and jumped out. No coat, wearing high heels, and it was maybe 10 degrees out and snow was everywhere. I jumped out and yelled, "We're 20 minutes from your place, get back in!" and ended up having to chase her down. I finally caught up to her and threw my coat around her while we hailed another cab because the first driver just took off. We got another cab and I finally (finally!) got her to her sister’s house.