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... total of 5.5 hours of sleep, which usually means bad news. We spend at least 1.5 hours getting through customs. We barely have time to sit after we’re done with the Gong Show that is going through US customs. Yeah, well, showing up at least 3 hours early does pay off, even in a supposedly developed country. In any case, bad news for Solomon. The whole drive to the airport he was complaining about ...
... The cloud cover was really styling; it looked like rows of cotton puffs (I wanted to roll in it - I'm blaming the drugs). I perked up near the end of the flight and had to suppress the urge to yell, 'I see the CN Tower'. That's a throwback from my childhood when we would all look for the water tower on our way home! The first leg was about 4 hours and we arrived at Pearson International Airport with no difficulties. Now we had a four hour wait ...
... a peek. The Daddy was lying on the bed, snoring quietly.
AJ and BJ look at each other and then quietly climbed out of the suitcase. They explored the room. They turned on the TV and watched for a while. The voices that came from the TV were a little different to the ones they were used to. They could still understand all the worlds although they sounded a bit different.
"Look, there," said AJ, pointing at some words on the TV screen. "That one says ...
... sounding!), of a delay getting out of the terminal today, about 80 planes ahead of us. We should be up in no time…roughly 30 minutes. Please stay in your seats with your seat belts fastened”
….”Mama…..I have to pee!!”
………..argh…̷ 0;!!!!! (minus 2 pairs of high heels!!!! And 30 minutes might as well have been a gazillion minutes).
Trying to distract a 6 year old who ...
... if not a bit worse. I have relatively no voice and I am coughing a fair bit just to try and keep my throat clear. I also find myself very sleepy and nodding off. I try to open my eyes and stay awake but that is seemingly impossible. Poor Jim. I am being so selfish by sleeping. I ask him in one lucid moment how he is doing and he tells me that he is fine and wide awake. I nod off again; then wake; then nod off. The cycle continues for most of ...