When the DMV (department of motor vehicles) tells you
that you can “mail your renewal in” DO IT!!  If you don’t you
have to take the test and re-do the picture and what a hassle
that is. I go to get tags for my mom’s car and that goes fine.
I have to sit and wait for awhile because they are very busy.
Take a number busy. Sad
So many offices in the area have been closed. I am shocked
really that ours isn’t. The one in the county seat, of our county,
closed and now all those people come to our town, or go
15 miles away and re-new in the big city. I get the tag renewal
and then ask about my mother’s ID card. SO because she didn’t
send it in like it said….she will have to re new it in person with
a new picture. I explained that Mom had been ill and just
was so weak etc. NO DEAL.. So I went home and got her ready
and we went in. Sat and waited again. The lady was nice enough
she said she would try to get the other clerk to come take care of
her if they got too busy. When we got back the place was indeed
busy and we had to “take a number.” There is no charge for an
I D card so it would’ve been better if she has just sent it in.  Confused
Mom was tired when we finished and did NOT LIKE her new
picture. The lady took it THREE times. Sad 
The new card is good for 4 more years. Mom said good because
next time she would just send the darn thing in. Lesson learned..
I HOPE. Smile
That was a chunk of my Tuesday, running back and forth, at least
it was not raining. It was cloudy though. Today I take mom
in for her check up after her trip to the E R. I just hope they
disinfect those rooms after sick folks are in them. Maybe I will
take some alcohol wipes. They were so booked up we could
not get in for 5 days, now that is busy!!
Around here the schools that closed down are back open
because the health dept says that this flu bug is not as strong
as they thought it would be. OK.. I sure hope they are right!
PS  Follow up on that powder with the weird name..


I was a caregiver for the elderly on and off for over 30 years.I am now retired and enjoying a new life. I love blogging and have kept a personal journal for 40 years. I enjoy the freedom of being creative and interacting with the millions of other bloggers in the world.I love learning the new things that the computer world has to offer. I have made friends that will last a lifetime blogging, something I never ever thought would happen. I hope you enjoy my blog,and will continue to visit me in the future.

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