Ticked One Off the ToDo List
Our trip is in April, so when I stayed home from work because of my leg, Ed suggested going and taking care of them. Around us, the only in-person place is the local post office. The postal employee who helped us took us between other appointments, mainly because I'd called to make an appointment.
Walk-ins got turned away because the man's afternoon was booked solid, so it was a relief that we were helped in spurts between the others who had made appointments before us.
Our passports are expected to be in hand by the end of February. While we could do our trip without them and opt to bring our driver's license and birth certificates, it'll be nicer to leave those at home and have one document.
I suppose we should really look into more international travel...