Merry Christmas from 30,000 feet

December 19, 2009 § Leave a comment

I can understand canceling a flight when it looks like this. But last time I checked, this NEVER happens in NC.

I can understand canceling a flight when it looks like this. But last time I checked, this NEVER happens in NC.

Well folks, good news. The Airport Gods were good to us today and Jeff and I were able to get out of New York before the behemoth of a blizzard rolled into town. Whew. And to make the deal even sweeter, they threw in free wireless on our flight. That’s right, I’m broadcasting to you live currently from 30,000 feet above sea level. Pretty sweet deal. After such a crappy ordeal with being one of only 2 flights canceled out of Laguardia to Raleigh-Durham yesterday, I’d say that Delta has somewhat redeemed themselves for their minor freak out about the possibility of there being snow at RDU airport. A possibility that was proven false, as the airport only saw rain, rain and more rain throughout the evening hours. LAME.

But, yippee skippee, we’re on our way home to good old NC; well hopefully. We still have one more flight out of Atlanta. So cross your fingers and toes that all goes well or else we’re renting a car and taking our chances on the road. We’re looking forward to seeing lots of family, warmer temperatures, (warmer meaning 40 degrees as opposed to the normal 20 we’ve grown accustomed to), and stuffing our faces with Christmas goodies. Weight loss New Year’s Resolution here we come!

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