Happy Wednesday friends, Yesterday morning I woke up with this old hymn resonating in my spirit and sang it all morning. Today I'm singing it for a different reason; you see about three weeks ago we received a request from our health insurance provider asking that we submit a copy of our marriage license. Well, after searching and searching I was unable to find it; it probably was misplaced in our move. So I began the time consuming task of obtaining one online since we now live in a different state. I filled out the paper work etc. only to find out we needed a notarized statement before the vital record department could continue. I totally understand that and appreciate it since hubby and I were both victims of identity theft. So I comply and mail it off last week, only to get several emails indicating they hadn't received the notarized form. Mind you, we have to have this into our health insurance company by the end of April or my coverage is cancelled. Can you hear the panic in my voice? This morning I placed yet another call to the record company doing the search and was placed on hold for 25 minutes after several previous attempts. That would have been alright but after the 25 minutes I was disconnected. All the while I am trying to have a good attitude and be positive so I don't alienate the person on the other end. I ended up calling back and requesting a supervisor, which I should have done first thing. Long story short-the forms have been sent to California and my certified copy should be here within 10 working days. So I again am singing Oh Happy Day. It is just hard to believe that after so many years with the insurance company, they are now wanting my marriage license. Oh well, I will be happy to send them a copy. If our marriage had occurred within the last 10 yrs it would have been much easier but because we've been married over 30 yrs there are more hoops to jump through. That's alright by me.
I hope your morning is going great and that your day is bright with all that makes you happiest.
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