Point of No Return
My mother is a genius. We don’t use travel agents, preferring to do all of the legwork ourselves, so when I found myself in need of a visa agent I didn’t know where to turn. Mom suggested AAA. She’s brilliant. One telephone call and I had my visa agent.
And so it’s done. I am leaving the country in 37 days and I just sent my passport, as well as all appropriate visa documentation, to Houston.
Now I find myself questioning everything I did filling out the paperwork. “Is there a typo in my name?”…”Did I put the correct address on the FedEx envelope?”….I am dilligent, maybe even obsessive, about double-checking my work, but that will not stop me from going over it all in my head every day until I have my passport back in my hands.
The excitement over going to a new place combined with the nervousness about not having my passport has me so pumped I will hardly be able to function for the next month. Heavens help the people who have to put up with me.
Posted on September 1, 2011, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.
That would be me. 🙂
I am the same way. Always reviewing in my head afterwards.
Relax, nothing will be lost and we will have a fantastic time.
Relaxing is easier said than done, but we will surely have a wonderful time. I can’t hardly wait
We will have a great time and many adventures.
And take far too many photographs.
Is it possible to take too many?
I am the same way and constantly review things in my head after sending out.
Relax, you will get the visa (and your passport back) with no trouble.