January 12- 10:30 am
We are stuck in an airport.
We don’t know for how long.
We were loaded onto the plane and were waiting to push away from the gate…home was two hours away. Then the announcements was made, “We have a mechanical issue and we do not know how long it will take to fix. We are going to de-board the plane. Please take all of your items with you.”
“..I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it. And so it is with you…we are in charge of our attitudes.” -Charles Swindoll
My husband said, “Better than dying.”
I said, “I like safe planes.”
No one really complained.
Back in the airport things were a little more questionable. Connecting flights and other issues arose. The airline is keeping us posted.
The next flight out is being affected. The next flight arriving at this gate is being affected.
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12:30 still in airport rebooking-
Insert small stress attack while organizing care for kids and horses 1300 miles away.
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Our flight leaves in 28 hours. What to do with one more day? New hotel, new car rental….
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3:15 pm- On the road again. Jesse driving and we headed back toward Denver with no real plan. Jesse mentioned he had never been to the Denver National Stock show. A quick google search shows that the Freestyle Reining starts at 4:00…..
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Jan 13- 5:15- We are back at the airport again. Ready to see the boys and ride Jac.
But first a ride on a nice SAFE airplane.
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