Tuesday, March 25, 2008


Had my interview today, and it pretty much reaffirmed my feelings about interacting with government officials. Necessary, sometimes; unpleasant, most of the time.
They cannot make a decision about my case yet because I need to send in additional certified paperwork.
I'm feeling sick, because I'm pretty sure that what they're requesting does not exist.
I have thirty days to get it to them.


phlegmfatale said...

For what it's worth, will send good thoughts your way.

Mushy said...

Yeah, same from me.

I just talked to a "Govment Official" myself about early SS...fortunately, I have all the correct paperwork.

Best of luck.

Cepik said...

Hang in there bud,

It'll come though. What I always do have a plan "B" to implement right away, in case a bureaucratic nightmare happens. Find out what alternatives you have, supervisors to talk to, alternative agencies, etc.

Be ready, stay focused and do not get discouraged. You'll get there.

Good luck

Kevin said...

Thank you all for your encouragement. I'm working on untangling this bureaucratic stuff. Hopefully I'll get it sorted.

DirtCrashr said...

Hang in there and as a last resort change your name to Ricardo Manuel Guzman, they you can get free food-stamps, lowered tuition costs at local University, and all sorts of other benefits!