Monday, December 15, 2008
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Well first things first.

Nico pulled through his 24-hour observation period without any incident. And I'm very grateful and thankful for that.

Since he was not really hurt, I'm going to let things simmer down a bit but I'll deal with the school, the parents and the kid after the Christmas holidays.

Because Nico's alright, I had a chance to meet my childhood friends yesterday in my old neighborhood again. It was a smaller gathering but it was just as fun. I already posted pictures in my Facebook account, with Multiply to follow a little later.

But I forgot that I was due to renew my driver's license today so I had to disclose my alcohol consumption the night before when I gave my urine samples. The doctor said it was no big deal, through.

The experience was a little heavier than my father described as he renewed his early this year. The lines were a bit long. That's because there will be an 8-day holiday this month. So all those who will renew for this month have to do it with 8 less days. And for this year, my birthday was also declared a holiday.

Anyway, it was not as painful as my last renewal. That one took almost all day. This one took about an hour and a half.

Mental note to self: Don't renew in December next time around.

I think the LTO (the Philippines' equivalent to the DMV) allows renewals as early as two months before actual expiration.

That's it for now. I'm tired already.

2 Objection(s):

At 2:52 PM, Anonymous nowawife said...

haven't renewed my driver's license yet. problem is, i recently got married. i just don't know if i could renew the same in the renewal centers in the mall.

At 8:01 PM, Blogger Punzi said...

I think you can have that changed for an additional fee when do have your licensed renewed. Just bring your marriage certificate.



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