Flights In Last 18 Months—We Can Always Book The Next Flight Even If The Last Flight Was Turbulent
Flights I’ve taken—all of which began in Houston— in last 18 months:
1. 2/10–Routine trip home to Cincinnati to see parents and friends.
(Above–The Ohio River is still hazy from the sky right before you are told to turn off all electronic devices on your approach to Cincinnati.)
2. 3/10– Unexpected trip to Chicago for a family death on wife’s side.
3. 7/10–Routine trip to Cincinnati to see parents and friends.
4 7/10—Vacation to Seattle with wife.
(Below–Between Houston and Seattle. Though, as you might guess, this is much closer to Seattle than it is to Houston.)
5. 1/11–Visit with ill father in Cincinnati. Also saw friends.
6. 3/11–Visit to ill father in Cincinnati and death of father. Also saw friends.
7. 8/11–Trip to R.I. with wife to help put dad’s ashes in sea. Saw family. It was also a vacation.
8. 8/11–Trip home to Cincinnati next week to see mom and friends.
If we stay the course—and get can a window seat on the airplane since I enjoy seeing what the world looks like from the air—we can make progress in life and enjoy life even when things don’t always go as we would wish. We can always book the next flight even if the previous flight was turbulent.
(Below–Clouds looks pretty much the same no matter where you are in the sky.)
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