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w00t! I found it!

I found a copy of the Mortgage Credit Certificate within half an hour. Actually it was in the first place I looked, because I spent much of the half hour clearing off a place to sit on the futon.

I did get the unpleasant shock of realizing that Maggie had peed on a place on the futon that had some family photos and some of my other favorites stacked on it. The wedding group photo of me, my brother, my SIL, and my parents looks a bit damp under the glass, and the printouts Dad made for me of Nephew Unit (scanned onto paper) at about a week old wearing the adorable little mittens are really trash, as is a photo of him in his fancy heirloom baptismal gown. I can get copies of the newborn pix from Dad, at least. (Some photos are still stuck together - advice on how to unstick cheerfully received).

It wasn't the aged Maya with the lack of bladder control, because the futon was clear for her use during her last months. And there is still a bit of dampness.

But I found the MCC!! This is a huge step forward on paperwork. (I did ping the issuing agency, but it's nice to have it in hand!)

Now to try to find my reciepts from spring 2003 for my non-cash donations.


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Feb. 26th, 2006 06:57 am (UTC)
Regular photos can sit in water a bit. I used to develop photos and had to do a vinegar bath and then a water bath while developing. So, given how ruined the photos may very well be, there is no harm in soaking them in a flat pan of water to dissolve the sticky pee. Then, you need to spread them out on a clean flat surface.

Glad you found the documents, btw. I know what a pain in the patootie paperwork is.
Mar. 9th, 2006 11:00 pm (UTC)
lemon batteries
I still dont understand how this paper is going to help me find an hypothesis. It was a weird story an funny to hear. .
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