Tuesday I went to take advantage of those free COVID test offered by Virginia Mason Memorial Hospital at the Fairgrounds. Since MamaShow is living with us for awhile longer, I thought it best to make sure I am in the clear. Lisa took hers two months ago. I was prepared for the q-tip tickling my brain horror as when she experienced. I mean her eyes watered for about an hour post swab. She said it was like she got water way up her nose. It was super uncomfortable.

My appointment was 11:45a. I rolled up and checked in. Everyone was super helpful, professional and made the experience a nice one. I registered ahead of time from my device. They had me in the system and pointed me towards the line.

As I waited, a gentleman asked to see my ID. I said sure and handed it to him on my car window base. He went to grab it and that ‘s when it happened. My license fell in the slot in my window down into the door. We both looked at each other. What are the odds of that happening?!?

The guy spoke first “I am sorry. Did it go down into the door frame?” I replied matter of factly, “Yep”. I felt like an idiot. “How many times has that happened today?” I asked sarcastically. He said, “Actually, I never seen that happen before.” Of course he hasn’t. Who has?? He let me proceed and I got my nose swabbed by the nice ladies in the hazmat suits. I actually did the nose swab myself. It actually felt nice. After depositing my sample, I was on my way. All that was on my mind was, “I have to take my door apart when I get home to get my license” Ugh.

First off, I need it to drive. Second, I am flying to California this weekend. I asked Google the odds of dropping your license into the slot of your window door frame. Even the all-knowing Google could not find the odds on this. Something like this would only happen to me.

So, this afternoon I watched several videos (cause everything is on YouTube) on how to properly take my door apart.

After my tutorial, I launched into my project. After an hour later, there it was – my driver license at the bottom of the door frame.

Thank goodness I was able to get it back. I put the door back together and only had one piece left over. That’s pretty good for me. I usually have tons more. Am proud of myself. I still don’t know the results of my ‘Rona test. Hope to find out tomorrow. No symptoms, just being cautious.

After my tutorial, I launched into my project. After an hour later, there it was – my driver license at the bottom of the door frame.

Thank goodness I was able to get it back. I put the door back together and only had one piece left over. That’s pretty good for me. I usually have tons more. Am proud of myself. I still don’t know the results of my ‘Rona test. Hope to find out tomorrow. No symptoms, just being cautious.

So, now that I am an expert dropped license in the window slot kinda guy, let me know if this happens to you. I am now an expert you know.  

All My Best,

The JimShow