So, What Could Be Worse than Two Months In A Hotel?

Seven hours in an airport, with three kids, stuck waiting near the gate because of frequent weather updates from the connecting airport. Followed by a missed connection, which resulted in a night spent in the connecting city. With no luggage. No toothpaste. And no clean underwear.

Did I mention the kids? How about the sister-fights at the back of the plane during boarding, after the toothpasteless night, which had me worried that we’d be booted off the plane and added to a never-let-these-fools-fly-again list. All while Sam sat in a nearby seat muttering sweet nothings about guns and bombs, since he saw pictures of them at the security checkpoint. Each time, I spoke sternly about the potential consequences of such mutterings, to which he responded, loudly, “MOM, DO YOU REALLY THINK THE GOVERNMENT IS MONITORING OUR CONVERSATIONS??” Then he continued his Monologue of Weaponry.

They let us travel anyway. So much for Homeland Security.

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9 responses to “So, What Could Be Worse than Two Months In A Hotel?

  1. {{{KDF}}}

    You poor thing. Did you eventually get where you were going?

    Yes, thank you! We got here, finally slept, and I’m trying very hard to forget it ever happened! -KDF

  2. Hugs! I hope you reached your destination with luggage – and got some rest.

  3. HAHA! This is so funny – the part about the guns and bombs and convo monitoring – LOL funny!

  4. It really was not fun. We were at the very back of the plane so me and Hannah got in a fight about who had the aisle seat. I hope we never have to repete what happended that day. We finaly got where we were going which was where we were moving. Thank goodness we’re here!!!!

  5. aw, glad y’all made it!

    how do you like the new house, abby?

  6. Jeff Meyerson

    So who got the aisle seat, Abby?

    And Happy Birthday to southerngirl!

  7. i got the aisle seat and the new house rocks!!!!!!!

  8. I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

    Julissa

    http://www.hairweavingbasics.com

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