So,...I made my reservations for Vegas. Big deal, right? Yeah, for me it is! It's like being dropped off in the middle of the ocean and having to swim my way back to land. It's like being placed in a bull fighter's ring with a crazy, really mad bull. But I do have a call in to my doctor so he can adjust my meds as I discovered that bringing an anesthesiologist with me to keep me hooked to an IV and pushing that wonder drug Dulauded would be too expensive. Round trip for $255 inc. taxes. Am allowed to check 2 bags free plus a carry-on. Yippee but did I mention it was a 4 hour flight there? That's 240 minutes! Sure I will bring a book to read as suggested by my son but if I can't read in a car without getting sick, how will I be able to do this on a plane? At least my grandkids will be off school 5 days in a row. Cool. And the temps. are perfect right now. But did I mention I have to get on a plane? And I have to be on said plane for 4 hours?!? And,...I know they won't let me open my window nor will they allow me to ride up front with the pilot and co-pilot. Totally unfair. Plus, don't most pilots fly drunk? I am going because my daughter-in-law is having surgery and since my pretty-much blind son can't drive, I will be there to help her after surgery and also to drive them anywhere they want to go. No. I will not be gambling. I am already gambling by flying. BTW - I am not afraid of getting motion sick. Dramamine works well for me. I am not afraid of crashing or being hijacked. Those things are in God's hands. It's just that I get this weird anxiety thing. No reason. Not even claustrophobia! I know this is boring and stupid but I just wanted you all to know I am going. Will leave Sunday and be back Nov. 2nd.
JUST PLAIN TIRED - Even though you are from Wi. I will continue to read your blog. Ha-Ha!
JOE CAP - My life is actually quite boring.
CHRONIC - I either found your blog through a comment on someone else's blog or in scanning the names of someone else's blog and finding your blog title which pretty much applies to my life too.