On this fine Wednesday, I want nothing more to be unemployed again. Don't get me wrong, I am very blessed to be employed; have an income to help pay our mortgage and other bills. I am grateful. But over the course of the last week I've learned how un-understanding people can be. (leave my grammar alone, you know FULL well what I mean!) People, at least these people, don't care that if I don't get certain things accomplished I won't be added to my husband's orders and permitted to travel with him. Which would separate us over the holidays.
I also want to get my Red Velvet Cupcakes baked already! I went to the store tonight and picked up what I need, so tomorrow night it shall be! If you haven't done so already, bake em' up and link up with Lola!
I want to know if I can take my washer/dryer to Germany?
I want forward progression with all of this moving nonsense.
-It's official we won't be selling our home, but we'll be renting instead. Please keep your fingers crossed for us! There are a lot of ways that this could go badly for us but we really need it to work out for the best!
-My husband needs to not be in the field first and foremost. So that he can deal with JPPSO and S1 and get us organized on his end. I want to schedule JPPSO to come get and ship our stuff away so we can get out of this house and get it rented sooner rather than later.
-I did learn today that I don't need to get my Travel passport and my no-fee Passport prior to leaving. I can get the No-Fee passport on post (which I already knew) and then get the Travel Passport in Germany. That helps me out a little. I'm nervous about giving up my only proof of citizenship though. I was born in Germany (some of you may remember some of my earlier blogs and telling you my father was in the Air Force), so I have a Certificate of Birth Abroad. Which is not as easily replaced as your birth certificate from Colorado or Oregon. I jumped online and click, click, click and had my husband's Birth Certificate like *that*. In my situation I would literally have to write a letter to the Department of State in Washington DC requesting a new Cert. of Birth Abroad. Well, I'm glad I only have to worry about one at this point...
I want to go to bed! Ni ni lovely's.