Lessons Learned On Our 8 p.m. Flight From Phoenix to Seattle:

October 24, 2008

1.  At 19 months, Moo will no longer sleep on the plane.

2.  At 19 months, Moo really needs her own seat.

3.  Even though the creepiest-looking person you’ve ever seen in your life is sitting next to you, it doesn’t mean that he’s going to blow up the plane.

4.  It still might not hurt to pray to God to please not let the creepy person sitting next to you blow up the plane.

5.  Always make sure to thank God when the creepiest-looking person you’ve ever seen in your life moves to a different seat because his headphone jack is broken.

6.  If you try to change your daughter into her pajamas at midnight, after she’s FINALLY fallen asleep in the car on the way from the airport, she will scream like a demon-devouring hell-baby (I don’t even know what that is, but it sounds about right).

7.  When you finally let your daughter sleep in bed with you and your husband, and the household cat starts meowing loudly in the next room, you will reconsider your stance against murdering household cats.

8.  When you’re trying to sleep in the same bed as your squirmy baby and husband, you will lay there uncomfortably and recall a year ago when you visited Seattle, and a rude, nosy woman getting off the plane commented on your sweetly sleeping baby and said, “Just wait until she’s two.  You’ll never travel again.”  You think she may have been right.

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One Response to “Lessons Learned On Our 8 p.m. Flight From Phoenix to Seattle:”

  1. from the wings Says:

    The comments from ‘the bitter’ creep in from your memories, but do not let them! Lessons Learned means that you reflect and improve. We will not become bitter like you, rude, nosy, bitter old woman!! We will travel again!!


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