Step #1? the homestudy.
Step #2? Getting fingerprinted by the FBI to make sure you aren't a creep-O.
so, who's fingerprints get rejected, NOT ONCE, but twice?? Little 'ol me.
We're unsure...probably genetic. But one thing they did say is, well maybe sometime in the past you wore off your own fingerprints...or burnt them off.
Is there even a response for that? ? what the heck?
Now, keep tracking with me... I LOVE a good mystery. Agatha Christie is my FAVORITE. I was reminded of her when my mom responded about the fingerprinting with, "you could commit a murder and get away with it."
Now, don't be worried. I would never do that and it was a really funny joke, between two mystery lovers, but I feel like i need to put that disclaimer out there :)
But all this mystery talk reminded me of our trip to foggy England last year and of the setting of many of Agathe Christie's novels. So, I'll leave you with some of our photographs from England.
Oh, how i long to go back very soon...
taken at the tower of london
the orangery at kensington palace. the best afternoon tea i've ever had
if you can guess who's house this is, i'll give you all my blow money for the month ;)
seriously though, this is the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire's house. but also the set of Mr. Darcy's house for the latest Pride and Prejudice
and, the best for last...this is one of the many fields we walked through on the way to the house
i'm in love with you England and hope to see you again soon.