Sunday, 19 December 2010

Happy Holidays!

If anyone's been watching the news, they will have noticed that flights are not working. Or you could look out of the window and notice that it is snowing.

Anyway, if anyone saw the plane that kept the passengers in for five hours even though it wasn't moving, I was on that plane. I'm famous! Especially if someone watching the news has X-ray vision, although they will have to be able to see through layers in pixellated images or they'll just see the wires behind the TV. No, now I'm just rambling. But instead of wallowing in vain self-pity, everyone on the plane seemed very patient, yet still slightly hoping for the best. There were numerous bursts of applause when we were told we would take off soon, but no one made much of a fuss when they told us we would have to wait for a few more hours.

Altogether, it was a normal flight, just without the benefits of films and a destination. Fortunately, we were still rewarded with an amusingly disgusting meal.

Here are some great holiday snaps I have been lucky to be able to take:


  1. awww, poor you. Does this meant that you will be free between christmas and new year? or that you are still asleep at the airport waiting for someone to tell you that seriously, it is still snowing and yees, you should probably go home as there is only a 10% chance that you will get a flight in the next week for under £1000.


  2. Dear Natalie,

    loving the blog, truly inspiring, just one thing....
    where is the section dedicated to adam laurence? i mean I've heard he is a really cool guy, I mean I've heard this one story when he demolished a path through i forest or large bush which later on allowed people to go through and became a place of history and importance to couples. and thats why I believe he is worthy of some recognition on your blog,

    Yours sincerely,
    Eric Turner