We bought a new (to us) car! Actually, we've had it for a while. We bought it the day after Mary Beth's brother's wedding (married June 18th). Yesterday, we finally arrived at my sister's house near Crete, NE, which will be our US address during our time in the States. So, this morning we took our papers to the county sheriff's office and county clerk to get our car registered. "They didn't sign the title," they pointed out. The papers had actually gone ahead of us and were waiting for us here so we hadn't had a chance to look at them for ourselves. "You'll have to send the title back to the car dealership in New York and have them sign it." We were planning on traveling west tomorrow, and the thought of FedEx-ing papers back and forth and then getting the plates sent somewhere seemed nightmarish. "I'll talk to the county lawyer," said the clerk. Mary Beth started praying out loud, "Lord! Please let this paperwork go through!" "Let me call the dealership and see what's up." I pleaded. The car dealership said that the certificate from the NY Dept. of Motor Vehicles in the envelope was sufficient. The Saline County clerk wasn't convinced. Then the clerk called Lincoln and the person on the other end of the line said that they had just had this happen for another car from the exact same dealer in NY and said everything was fine and they could issue a new title. Phew! Answered prayer!