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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…

3 Comments

  1. Lauren

    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

    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

    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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