Wednesday, December 20, 2006


You know how I was worried about traveling to a snowy town in the middle of winter? And y'all sent me reassuring advice about how airplane travel with a baby was no big deal and highly manageable? And how I felt much better about it and set to making preparations with a lighter heart?

Well, our flight got cancelled and the soonest we could get rebooked is a flight that leaves at 6am four days later, due to snow at our destination. Uh-huh.

In the meantime, we're consoling ourselves with the excellent chocolate that SwingDaddy gave me as an early Christmas present.

Maybe we'll even decorate our distinctly un-Christmasy house, starting with this plush wreath that's actually a dog toy, but is so cute and fuzzy I had to bring it home (darn you, Target dollar bin!).

Or at least decorate the child.


Anonymous said...

oh dear... i'm very sorry to hear about your flight. :( boo to too much snow! does that mean you're flying on christmas now? that would be interesting... hope it all works out. in the meantime, binge on chocolate and stare in awe at your neighbors' display.

Anonymous said...

Ingenuity in the face of hardship is a true sign of character!

Anonymous said...

Oh no!!!!! Well, flying on Christmas is so much easier. No crowds! I did it for years growing up and flying to see my dad. Good luck!

Lady M said...

Yep, flying on Christmas day. I wonder if the crowds will be as small as they were on Sept 11.

Occidental Girl said...

Oh man, that's terrible. Sorry to hear the added stress to your travel plans with the snow and delayed traveling.

I'm right there with you about the worrying. I do the same thing. It's a bad habit, but sometimes it does help, like when you actually DO need those little survival tablets of food. Or something.

Happy, safe travels, whenever it does finally happen!

Girl con Queso said...

I know this is not a comedy entry, but the end did make me laugh out loud. I hope your travels pick up and go well. And I wish you and yours a very happy Christmas!

Mamacita Tina said...

Sorry to hear about the flight delay. Darn that Mother Nature.