I went to get my passport, so here’s a update!
Mom told me the wrong date when we scheduled the appointment online, so I happened to make the appointment today, the day mom went off to the beach with my sisters (I have to stay to watch my sister’s pets, baw D: )
So in the morning we all got ready and jumped in the car and headed to the capitol, the drive took around 40 minutes, we got there at 9:-something- while the appointment was at 10:00, I was so afraid we’d get there LATE and we got there super early. XD
So I went in with mom, filled out the form, we paid(well, SHE paid) and we were out of there, so easy and quick.
The most tedious part of it all is that, in the morning I was rather nervous (you see, this is a big deal, it’s literally another step closer to meeting this ONE GUY I happen to be madly in love with, who I’ve talked to and been best friends with for years. So, yeah, kind of a big deal. LOL
So in the morning I took two Dramamine, you know, car sickness pills, as I was nervous I was even more prone to throwing up my pumpkin muffin on the drive there, something I didn’t want happening, and the drive there went smoothly… however, Dramamine makes me …incredibly drowsy.. >.< on the drive from the embassy to the bus stop, I was already slurring lol
On the bus ride from the capitol to my town, I nearly laid my head on the shoulder of the woman next to me, in fact when I was sitting next to her I started wondering if I got on the right bus ._.;
Then, at the bus stop waiting for the bus that gets me home, I seriously thought I was gonna nod off, it was such POTENT SLEEPYNESS in that wonderful warm sunny day (it was just warm and sunny enough to make me wanna feel all comfy, not beaming hotness or anything) that I got on the bus that leaves me 1km from my house, which I have to walk uphill. I took that one cause I knew I couldn’t fall asleep while I walked. Lol. >.< If I had waited for the other bus I would have curled up and fallen asleep at the bus stop, haaah.
So! THAT HAPPENED. :D
My passport book will be ready within a week-to-a-week and a half.