2 comments on “Cabin Fever | Why Flying is an Exercise in Patience

  1. Totally understand your upset and concerns. I remember flying the Old Pam Am planes. Boy that was service, no matter what section you sat in. (except for the smoke) But now days, we want to fly for the cheapest rate and get there the fastest. And lets not forget that some really bad guys took over our planes, and reaked havic, and killed innocent people. That’s what I remember everytime I fly now. And smile at the TSA folks, and hope I am never on one of those planes that could go down. It’s all in the way you look at a new adventure. Set a different intention and I bet you have a different experience. As a matter of fact, I will be flying soon and you are one of the folks I hope to spend time with. Wish me luck and safe journey.
    Davia

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