July 17th, 2011


On Sunday you will be mine

A year after my darling Boo died, I will be getting a new cat. Look at this ad and tell me your heart doesn't go out to her (well, the girl and the cat).

"Pure Breed Persian Adorable Family Cat To Sale

Hello there,
It breaks my hearth to sale my cat, but since I have to move into a flat share (following a failed relationship), I will not be able to keep her. She’s 3 years old and still soo cute and tiny. She's a pure breed Persian, colour Black smoke (grey). She was neutered, very healthy, she received all vaccinations and treatments are up to date. I have all the vet papers for reference. She’s very friendly and purs all the time. Please contact me as soon as possible if you are interested."

I can't wait!
potato mountain

New use for this icon: dealing with the visa

So I actually made the appointment tonight for the visa: we're going in for our interview on August 25th. Tonight J and I started going through the documents we need to do it and it's all sorts of frustrating because the things they asked for aren't clear on such simple things as "do you mean for the last 3 months, 2 years, or 5 years?" Massive argh.

Anyway, taking the conservative route, tomorrow I need to do this (per Immigrationboards.com):

Q - Do I require P60s for all 5 years?
A - It is advisable to have P60s as that is the easiest way to provide evidence of your economic activeness (for Tier 1 holders) and to confirm that your employment was in line with visa that was granted (for Work Permit holders). If you do not have P60s, then you can call HMRC and they can send you a letter showing your tax history and income for last 5 years. Usually the HMRC letter arrives within 2 weeks