So I went, finally, on Saturday to apply for my passport. I got a whole boatload of documents and went to the post office to get my picture taken and send in the application. They told me I didn’t need all the documents, just my birth certificate and drivers license. I hope they know what they are doing. Although they do it all the time. I think. It costs 110 dollars for the passport and another 40 for, um, I’m not sure. Taking this digital picture I guess…
Seriously? Is it illegal to airbrush your passport photo? I wonder if government workers take an in-service on how to make people look less than attractive. Looking at this photo, I’ve come to the realization that it’s definitely time to consider a bit of a tuck. You see, the real reason I wrote this blog today with this picture is to send out a plea for money to pay for my neck fix. Please.
So, when I tell people I am getting a passport the first question is “Where are you going” to which I answer “Canada”. Because I could drive there in a day. And I could go over the border with my passport. And I do love a little Canada now and then. I couldn’t ask for a better neighboring country.
Oh, and speaking of neighboring countries with a little monarchy thrown in-Look what’s coming to a Mall of America near you!
Yep, I am talking THE Diana. Everything Diana. I almost got the vapors when I saw the ad for it.
The dates are completely saved in my book-it’s actually already started and I don’t know how it got by me.
Because of the comments made by Dave……
me-We have to go to the Mall of America-they are having a Diana exhibit.
Dave-What? No one wants to see the Dali Lama
Dave-What kind of diorama?
…….he is not invited anymore.
Lastly, we got a bit of new furniture which I set up in the basement. Only tonight we put another leaf in the center table and I switched the sewing machines around.
It’s still a bit cluttered in this picture. I’ll take a better one next week. I now have 5 tables in my craft room. Jeesh. But there is space to craft.
Jack liked it too.
It’s almost March which means spring is just around the corner. I wonder what the weather is in Canada?