traveling, again  

Friday, December 15, 2006




I'm at encephalophone's place. Shh.. don't tell. I'm visiting the folks, but I told them I wouldn't be in until the morning. I know, it's bad to lie to your parents, but otherwise I'd be caught up in family activities and be unable to do anything else.

My mom called me earlier today and told me she's decided to work tomorrow, so I guess it's not so bad. We were going to go shopping, but she gets off at 2:00, so I guess we can still go. I think my sister is working. I have to find something to do in the morning. My dad will probably still be sleeping.

I hate plane trips. This one wasn't bad, but the seat was very cramped. I left the house at 7:30 and stopped to autowash my car (lots of salt on the roads still) and still barely made it to the airport on time for my 9:50 flight. Traffic wasn't really that bad, but it seemed like it took longer than usual to get to the airport.

My stopover in Atlanta didn't include a plane change, so I was on the plane until it landed in Charlotte around 2:40.

Anyway, nothing really eventful. I took a quick driving tour around my old uni and it's changed a lot. They've really improved the look, but it's lost something in the process. Or maybe I've just changed.

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2 comments: to “ traveling, again

  • Venjanz
    Wednesday, December 20, 2006 at 1:21:00 AM CST  

    Just remember, me and the other members of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy are watching your every move.

    It’s time to decide if you will sport a tin-foil cap, niqjab, burka, or… if you will put nothing on your head other then a KC Chiefs cap.

    As the Imam of the Overland Park Taliban, I must remind you that if decide to not cover your head with anything, the Koran will not protect you. ALLAU ACKBAR!

    -Ali Islam Muhammad Farook

  • ordinarygirl
    Monday, December 25, 2006 at 9:25:00 AM CST  

    The tin foil cap sounds kind of neat. Shiney is in! But I prefer to stay uncovered, thank you.

    I'm not too worried. Everyone's in the ROI now and I don't have to worry about death threats.

 

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