In need of luck.
The first week of August has come to its conclusion. The flight has been booked for some time. A flat has been secured, courses secured, a small job secured, books ordered. In short,
Everything seemed to be fitting together nicely. The entire process of moving to Minnesota has gone so pleasantly, in fact, that I was able to worry about tea cups, coffee makers, and even arrange for such minor necessities of life such as tooth paste, razors, and a drying rack for dishes to be delivered in advance of my arrival in order to avoid any difficulties or stresses.
Things went so well, in fact, that I did not make sure to review all my paperwork. Oh, paperwork I’ve reviewed
in large quantities. Forms I’ve filled out aplenty. Long, dull, soul-sapping heaps of legal documents have been filled in and completed, turned in well before the due date. Then something came to my attention today…
My financial documents for the next year, while turned in early, missed one minor detail… Namely, I seem to have failed to tick a button. Now this does not seem to be a matter of grave concern. It’s several weeks yet before the term starts, the university has noted that I completed the forms and has not yet cancelled my course registration. But the deadline was last Friday and only this evening did I notice that something was amiss. I ticked the button and filled out a minor form, something which I will either fax or send via express mail in the morrow.