Honest to goodness, I have weird travel habits and often find myself looking forward to a flight for various reasons. I've flown overseas a few times and cross country a few more, so I've seen my fare share of the crazy, cool and unexpected (hello pilot being escorted off the plane).
This trip to Spain I've focused plenty of my energy on thoughtful planning. Everything has been done with the memory of some horrible event that occurred on a different trip and making sure that nothing similar happens again. Such as last year flying to Latvia, I was having to match my flights with the group I was traveling with even though Houston was my home city and Fort Worth was their home city. The first lay-over in Frankfurt involved me being one of those running airport folk, in panic mode because everything was in German I was unaware until the last moment that the gate had changed. On the way home my lay-over in the same airport was eight hours, I slept on and off, tried to prevent a theft (failed) and had was starving by the time the plane took-off.
Gangster Squad: I heard this was underrated goodness with some nice history AND Ryan Gosling.
A Late Quarter: I read about this movie somewhere and just love Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Admission: Tina Fey and Paul Rudd, you're probably wondering why this is not first and that's because I'll need some funny after all the drama.
Call of the Midwife: This is a television series, but a good one I've been wanting to check-out.
A Good Day to Die Hard: The pick me up action I'll need around the end of the flight.
Jack the Giant Slayer: I love the retelling of Traditional Fiction.
At this point I should have safely landed and am exiting the plan at warp speed since I refuse to use the restrooms on planes ( horrible experience the first time, cannot ever relive that moment).
Let me know, what do you guys look forward to on flights or absolutely hate about flights. Even better I'd love to hear your crazy flying stories!
Until next time . . . Adios, Hasta Pronto, Be Blessed.