Orlando

I’m in Orlando, Florida! Woo hoo!

My first time flying on Southwest went very well. The lining up part was a little confusing, but I paid for a spot in the A group, so I was well placed.

Its blurry because I was trying to sneak it.

Its blurry because I was trying to sneak it.

The flight was quite pleasant. I liked my fellow passengers and the flight crew. I will definitely take Southwest again.

When I arrived in Orlando, Beth took me to a sandwich shop that had amazing choices. I got the sandwich that had an entire Thanksgiving dinner inside: turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry… mmm…

We hung out a little bit at her house, then went to a play rehearsal. I loved watching Beth work. She was like a choir director, working and re-working little bits here and there. The group did a read-through, so I got to hear the entire play. I loved it. I wish I could see the final product, but it happens in May, when school is still in session.

Blocking the first act.

Blocking the first act.

We finished the evening at a hummus restaurant and Cold Stone ice cream. Mmm…

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3 Responses to Orlando

  1. Lauren says:

    Hooray for a safe flight and a great day with Beth! That must have been fascinating watching her work, glimpsing into the ‘behind the scenes’ part of a play. Enjoy your day today!

    P.S. That sandwich sounds fascinating and disgusting to me, all at the same time.

  2. Peggy says:

    Awesome….on all counts!

    And what cool work your friend Beth does! I bet it was an amazing experience!

    (Btw: If you’re ever bored, you can always come watch me work. I do often spit out movie lines & even sing!)

  3. Bev Greunke says:

    I’m glad your flight was good. I, too, fly Southwest whenever I can. I think it’s called the “Great Cattle Car In The Sky” because of the way that you get to board. Enjoy your time there, Sounds like you are off to a great start!!! <3 Aunt Bev 🙂

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