Flying through the Twilight Zone

I should have driven to Ohio – would have gotten here faster. Yesterday’s trip started in Syracuse, went to LaGuardia (NYC), Philly, then Akron. In LaGuardia we had to wait while they loaded our plane with sandbags. Bad passengers! We didn’t pack enough luggage. And then we sat on the runway… to punish us, I guess. I am working very hard to block the trauma and delays at the Philly airport, so I’m not going into it yet.

But my fellow passengers on Surreal Air were as bemused as I was, so the stress level was low. And I got here, which was the point.

I leave in a few minutes for Timken High. The plan for the day is a little different than my usual school visits. I’m really excited to see how it’s going to go. Plus, I’m jazzed about meeting some of the artists at this school. I’ve seen some of their work, and they are wicked talented.

4 Replies to “Flying through the Twilight Zone”

  1. Laurie,

    Welcome to Ohio. Looks like you’ll get to enjoy beautiful weather while you’re here. Unfortunately, I’ll be at work during your signings, but I’ll be sending you good wishes. I hope you enjoy it here. 🙂

  2. Eye on the prize

    You made it safe….I am so sorry you endured such an awful trip. I sure hope your day went well….can’t wait to talk to you.. ask me about Mark Lichtenstein calling….great phone call. mwa

  3. your awesome word

    Mrs. Anderson? I just wanted to thank you for enlightening me to the wonderful word ‘defenestrate’ at Christmas. The transitive verb just itches to leap off my tongue (often at inopportune moments), filled with possibilities. I’ve shared it with all my friends, and they agree that it is a wicked fun word to use – and we try to use it as often as we can.

    Thanks again – Sarah from Indiana 🙂

  4. your just all over the place

    First your tackling paper mountains then your flying through time zones. don’t get lost in the 16th century or anything!

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