All of whom have birth certificates. (Or so you would think.)
Youngest daughter T is changing schools.
Had to be accepted academically.
Had to be accepted on athletic side.
Have to make registration appointment.
Actual last step.
Have to show up to registration appointment with birth certificate and eligibility (Quebec thing).
Go to desk. Get out folder labelled
There is my birth certificate. Marriage document. Citizenship for G who was born in US. Birth certificate for B. Birth certificate for G.
Lovely but not helpful.
Look at work.
Take out pen and write to do list including having to call new school and switch registration appointment because will have to re-order copy of birth certificate, which I already had to do due to losing it once before and having learned nothing have stored both copies together in file which is now missing.
Not looking forward to calling the school.
What do we do when we have a to do list ripe with items we would like to avoid?
Reach into bottom right hand filing cabinet to get Tim Horton's pod from Costco sized pod box. By the time I walk over to office kitchen, heat water, make coffee, wait till it cools enough to drink, I'll be able to call the sch- Wait, what's in that flamingo pink folder leaning against
the Tim Horton's Costco pod box?
Here it is.
First birth certificate. Copy of birth certificate. Birth certificate. Eligibility.
Morals of the Story:
1. Tim Horton's Costco pods may be cheaper than buying in-store but the value they deliver is priceless
2. To do lists are valuable but not necessarily in the ways you would think
3. Keurig coffee makers may be bad for the environment but sometimes they can save your ass