Flow with it
Life has a way of throwing things our way and seeing how we deal with what we are dished. Traveling tends to up the anti on what we are thrown. Traveling in
On Wednesday I attempted to head out on my travels. As a veteran of the
In the end we were sent on our way and told that our bags would stay on the plane. This meant that one way or another we were stuck on this flight; like it or not.
In the end the one missed flight meant that it took me an extra day to get to the states and I couldn’t make it to SF in time for the conference I was supposed to speak at. Luckily James was a bit closer and we were able to book him to attend the conference instead of me. In addition to a fun filled day at the
As luck would have it,
The result: when they hold your luggage over night, this means that you must sort out all new travel arrangements within the life of your battery. I managed to cancel two plane tickets, rebook another ticket, book a ticket for my husband to attend the conference that I missed in SF, book a priceline hotel in
The good news, after traveling as much as I have, you learn to roll with the punches and go with it. There really aren’t that many options when it comes down to it. This includes the cross-Atlantic flight with no movies what-so-ever.
In the end I’ve enjoyed a lovely weekend relaxing in
Life is good, wherever it takes you.
The only way a veteran traveler survives is by keeping a cool heat and problem solving. You are a champion at that and I tip my hat to you.
Wow Miel, I am very impressed with your cool. Our plane was delayed for 4 hours once…they comp’d us with food vouches and free booze the entire wait…and we were still grumpy…lol…I’ll try to remember how you kept your cool in a much more annoying situation when we head to Las Vegas on Saturday – whoot!