She wasn't letting me out of this trap, so I sat up from my slouch, I looked at the booklet and said out loud: "…Continue
It was in Mrs. Goodwin’s English I class when I first learned about literature and poetry and a little about girls. I say a little because I was extremely shy and English was not my best subject, for girls or grades or otherwise.
At first, there were about 19 of us in my Freshman “English I” class but about 3 or 4 students…Continue
Among the many attendants, the countless passengers, the scores of hours waiting and flying with them - I only remember a few names of those I traveled with. But among those few there are quite a few memorable moments. So before I forget any more of what I do remember, I am going to share a few here so you can remember with me.
You will like Kara. I…Continue
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I left my phone on a plane once. I ran back though the concourse, against traffic, cutting through the Cinnabon line all the way to the end where the regional jets park. I expected the gate to be closed but a woman was still at the keyboard and as I tried to catch my breath she smiled at me " I bet you left something on board - right?". "Its my cell phone, can I go back to look for it in 4C?, pleeeaazze!?" She…
My first thought was "I hope those two boys don't sit next to me tonight..." as I watched more passengers slide down the aisle of the plane. I was in a window seat for the first time in weeks and my 6'4" body does best on the aisle (or in 1st class!). I dreaded the idea of kids climbing the seats and chattering for the two hour flight. But I had a thought that made me keep my eye on them for a moment. "Maybe if they sit next to me I can trade…
The sidewalk was still wet from the rain when I stepped out of the cab. As I paid the fare at the open trunk, she crossed quickly behind me and the cabby said "check out those legs!". By the time I turned I could only notice her shoulder length brunette hair as she blended into the stream of passengers filing through the doorway into the airport. But her sweet perfume lingered in the air after she…