TK1 Blog – Lost Wallet And Country Concerts
For the first time ever I have managed to lose my card wallet. When I say card wallet, I mean my driver’s license, social security card, insurance cards, bank cards, credit cards and even my Costco card.
I really don’t like to carry a purse when I go to certain places but that little wallet was something that I could always stick in my pocket. It had everything I needed in case of emergency, and it allowed me to be free of the purse. I kept everything in it because it just made sense. Well, last week it disappeared and I have no idea where. After tracing my steps of the places I was at three separate times, tearing my home and vehicle upside down two times I went ahead and cancelled everything. Spending a day between the DMV, Social Security Office and multiple phone calls I was very grateful that I had my numbers saved and knew how to get a hold of the companies. As stressful as it has been, I found that having my phone numbers handy made it very easy for me to take care of my business and cancel things immediately. Now the waiting has begun. I am waiting on my cards to come in the mail, which is a huge inconvenience but at the same time I am grateful for the protection I have on my accounts. The only ID I have right now is a paper license without my picture on it. This has made things pretty interesting for me the last week or so, but I chalk it up to a lesson learned. I wanted to share this with you because I think it is very important to always have a plan in place in case something like this happens to you. Do you have contact information saved somewhere? If not, learn from me, and please do.
I am really looking forward to the next couple of weekends. Aside from work, I have a baby shower, concerts, and horse races that I am going too. Speaking of baby showers, I think this is the year of girls, at least in my world as five of my closest friends are having or had a little girl. I couldn’t be more proud of my friends and their growing families. Next week I will be seeing Dustin Lynch, The Farm, Lee Brice, JT Hodges, and Phil Vassar all in concert. I am looking forward to seeing the newer faces of country in concert that is how I usually tell if I really like an artist. I have seen Lee Brice and Phil Vassar before, so I am really looking forward to them as well. Phil Vassar has so much energy on stage and really puts on a great show.
As always, thank you for reading and until next time – Countrylovin7