Passport rejected

DD's passport was rejected this morning by the U.S. Passport Agency. The reason: Her dad forgot to put in her date of birth one the form and left that field blank. What are the odds that the form went through five pairs of eyes and not one of us caught it until it got to... Continue Reading →

The empty can rattles the most

He can just go on and on and on. What is that saying?  "The empty can rattles the most." Well that's exactly what he sounds like. It's almost deafening to the ears. It gets me so exhausted when I hear him talk or read a lengthy email like the one he just sent me. His... Continue Reading →

He finally listened

We finally received the document that I had been asking him for over the last three months now. If he would have just listened in the first place, he could have made our daughter's life so much easier. We applied for her passport earlier this week. I had all the documentation needed. He had sent... Continue Reading →

Greek Law vs. American Law

I had lived in Greece for many years and had grown accustomed to their way of life. I have had my share of problems when it comes to Greek law, so I know it quite well. I think the most important thing to remember when living overseas is that you have to go by the... Continue Reading →

Use as intended

I am still so upset. I just couldn’t write this even over the weekend. I knew that if I would have, I would have used so much profanity and that wouldn’t have been a pretty site. Use as intended??!!!! How can I use as intended when it isn’t even the correct document needed in order... Continue Reading →

Update on Hague holdup

Well, my daughter was just informed that there was a Hague stamp that had to be on the paperwork and according to her father; he was getting the run around. He began explaining to her but before he started, she hit record on her phone as she knew he would go into lengthy detail. After he... Continue Reading →

The Hague Convention hold up

He hasn't been keeping me updated regarding the status of the paperwork, but he has been texting our daughter and updating her. Yesterday she showed me a text from him that was sent a couple of days ago. It stated there was a Hague hold up. She not knowing what that meant and not thinking it was... Continue Reading →

Going a different route

As stubborn as he is, it’s no wonder why he wanted to take another route. Let’s do things the hard way instead of getting things done much easier and in as little time as possible. Let’s just let time roll on by in hopes that airline ticket prices go sky high, so much in fact,... Continue Reading →

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