Tuesday, January 30, 2007

I'm so proud of this! And so pissed about something else.




One small thing I've finished in the whirlwind past 3 weeks, and I really like it. I think it will be an item I'll make in production.

I'm totatlly stressed right now because my passport and application that I sent 2 weeks ago is lost in the mail. Has anyone had this happen to them? I priority-mailed it, and it just hasn't shown up at the passport office. I called the post office with the tracking number and they said I can't complain until it has been 14 days. Which is tomorrow. What am I supposed to do until then?? I'm totally panicked. I'm going to Barcelona at the end of march, and everyone else has a passport. If I have to pay the extra fees to expedite because mine got lost there is going to be a real problem. And what about the security issue? Did someone steal it and all my personal information? AHHHHHH!

okay, I really need to calm down. It's going to be a long long day at work and I can't be worjavascript:void(0)ried about this....Just like Scarlet O'Hara, I'll think about it tomorrow, when I can bitch out the people at the post office.

Posted by Beth Howard @ 9:08 AM

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yes, I love a good bitching out...especially at the post office!! I'm sorry your passport is MIA. :( i'm sure everything will work out though and it will show up!

don't worry!

.♥.

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