What a fun thing to wake up to! Unfortunately, Steve was sick, so that was not fun. However, I got him out on a walk to go get some soup from The Bread Maker. Cardio is supposed to help with sinus pressure I hear. On the way there, we saw this sign. See anything funny? :)
After that we walked to the GP to get registered so we can start doctor visits, check-ups, and continue prescription refills. If one spouse is working and the other is not, and you have come from abroad, you will need the following:
- Driver's licence
- Marriage license
- Whoever is working will need a letter (not a copy) proving employment. My husband used his welcome letter.
- A utility bill for each of you with your name and address on it
- And you will need to fill out their book of forms.
They don't make copies, they just have to sign saying that they've seen them. They told us we would be "active" by tomorrow and could schedule any appointments needed at that time.
On the way home:
|Lots of pretty churches. Oddly, lots that were no longer being used, were converted to restaurants, bars, and casinos. Sometimes I feel... unsure how I feel about that, but I guess it's just a building. It's the people that make a church.|
When we got home, Steve rested on the couch while I took Angel outside to play. She seems to enjoy the snow. I threw snowballs, and she tried to catch them in her mouth. Other times, she would chase them and eat them upon discovery. She was so excited and so fun to watch. I felt like a kid again playing in the snow. Steve took some pictures of us out there. Sorry that they are blurry.
|Don't tell anybody, but I have super powers.|