>Easy Come, Easy Go

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Yesterday morning, I got a message from my husband just as I arrived at my desk. He’s going to Finland this Sunday, and he has never had a passport.

My heart leapt for about two hours on the double-adrenaline-rush of acting as GovDocs librarian trying to help Alex get a passport, and also thinking Finnish thoughts and trying to figure out how to squeeze in my own trip with him.

Alas, it was not meant to be. Not only is the cheapest plane ticket I (and one of my info-maven friends) could find around $900, but my passport just expired three months ago, I can’t find it or our marriage license, it would cost about $470 to get it renewed in time (assuming I found those documents), and during the six days that Alex will be gone, I have an important meeting with administration–along with my regularly-scheduled I’m-already-far-behind work.

Sigh.

But we did manage to get the passport documents and service taken care of this morning, and I’ve already created several wiki pages of helpful information for Alex’s trip, along with plans to make several more. I am nothing if not a thoroughly librarian wife.

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One thought on “>Easy Come, Easy Go

  1. Auntie K says:

    >Love the catalog card and its call number. Sorry you can’t go with and do some sightseeing. Now, should I prepare for my 8am class or make my own catalog card…

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