Would you believe we had a passenger behind us on one of our flights who used their cell phone during our flight twice? He did it when the flight attendants had to take their seats. Were his calls important? No! As all the people around him can attest to that, they were boring. Should have reported him, but hey, it was Thanksgiving, so I didn't.
In August on a flight the lady in front of us asked for 2 blankets, unwrapped them and put them in her purse. Not much of a LADY and certainly old enough to know better.
Loads of kids on our flights, most really well behaved, God bless their parents. But on one flight we had a screamer. It was so loud and piercing it actually hurt my ears. I got my MP3 player out and played it as loud as I could and still heard them.
Note to parents, you have a choice about flying, your kids don't, and frequently they don't like it at all. So ask yourself, "Do I really need to make this trip?" Sometimes we just have to give things up when we become parents.
When we have time between flights we always go to the Delta Clubs at the airport, they're a nice quiet place to pass time. The one in Memphis was gorgeous! We had bagels, orange juice and coffee, all complimentary. The drinks were complimentary too, but it was 7 am, I don't drink in the morning.
Very damp here today and the rain has finally started. My old back is a moaning, does not appreciate this kind of weather at all, so it has been liberally spread with Ben Gay and I'll sleep with a heating pad this afternoon. It felt better after I exercised, but sometimes I have to sit down and get some work done and it doesn't like that.
Mac's guitar is due in today, yeah.
And we'll be getting our Christmas tree tomorrow. We always get a real one, but each year it has gotten smaller and smaller. Mac has brought my tubs of Christmas decorations down and hopefully I'll get started soon.