"These happy golden years are passing by, these happy golden years." Laura Ingalls Wilder

Sunday, July 20, 2008


"Everyone on the plane was acting normal ... but I was acting like a nut in my head." As explained by Ann about her recent travel experience during a flight that included a thunder and lightening storm.


Terry said...

Hi Mrs.. Mac...Where have you been hiding?
Not out in public with your greying hair, eh?
Well I think that you will look pretty cute!
Think of all the money you will be saving.
I think that Betty spends 40 bucks every six weeks or so for her "tune ups'.
Ha!! It does have its advantages though.
Everybody thinks that I am her mama, when they see us standing together!...
Glad to see you again..Love Terry

Maggie Ann said...

Thats cute, and pretty realistic really. grin...

Felisol said...

Dear Mrs. Mac,
what a precise formulation.
I was on a plane that was not allowed to take off from Dublin airport for four hours (1981). They were searching for a bomb.....
When they finally had searched through all the luggage and a suitcase was transported away in an armored vehicle, I was a twisted wreck inside my head. Because no one else did panic, I managed to stay cool outside too.
My weirdest airplane experience so far. I luckily was not scared from flying either.
Think of all the wonderful experiences I would have missed.
From Felisol

Mrs. Mac said...

Miss Terry ... I've been hiding here and there ... a bit tired from the heat. Hope to be back in the swing of things soon. Thanks for checking up on me.

Felisol ... that must have been a scary ordeal ... your flight experience you mentioned above. I would have had a bad case of of the jitters had that been my plane.