The next stop was an easy one, where my daughter Kate needed to get her bus pass. Easy peasy. Score!
Next up was a bit of a gamble. We were headed to Social Security, which Kate is attempting to obtain disability. We've not had great luck yet, but fingers crossed, we could get this fixed in say an hour??
We entered at 12:02 and were feeling optimistic. Until we met with the receptionist. We were at the wrong place for our paperwork. Another office. All the way across town. "However, we can file some of that paperwork here to get things moving. "
Now, working for the public school all those years, I get understaffed. I get overworked. Truly I do. But. holey moley! This was on a new level. Oscar worthy.
At 3:38 we were called back to the office. Suspense. It was as good a thriller as I have read. We didn't know what we were doing, but we were going to "get er done". Well, it was as quite a letdown, but we filed one document and would be hearing from someone to set an appeal. Oh dear.
And from there, we ran to the closest Habit Burger....we hadn't eaten anything at all and were quite hangry.
The good news...I got a good chunk of Ready Player One read while waiting for the one form. One. Form.
The moral of this story is: Always take a book.
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