Categories Big City Stuff Leavin’, On A Jet Plane Post author By jeff noel Post date October 22, 2010 6 Comments on Leavin’, On A Jet Plane Exit Row, Aisle = Common Folk 1st Class Don’t know when I’ll be back again…. Next Blog Tags Airports, LAX, Travel By jeff noel Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five different sites. View Archive → ← Please Don’t Give Up → Cooper’s School Picture 6 replies on “Leavin’, On A Jet Plane” Hopefully in about 6 hours. Where are you going? Or, do you mean I’ll be home in about six hours? 🙂 Crowded… hope your traveling days are over soon… for a while… Nope. Not yet. I frequently remind our son that in today’s economy, be thankful you have a job. Some of his classmates have parents who are out of work. While being separated isn’t an ideal way to raise a family, it could be worse, or far more challenging. You’ll often find references in these blogs about the sacrifice our troops and their families make. There is no room in our world for complaining about travel. 🙂 We have dear friends and relations that have stood the test of deployment. You are right, there are far worse situations to traveling for work. There are ways to develop the habit of thankfulness. And like anything else, the more you practice (daily) the better you get. People often think I’m phony, because I smile so much. The simple fact is, I just feel so incredibly blessed (literally every moment of everyday) by all the gifts we’re given, especially the gift of life. Sounds trite, but it really is profound. Comments are closed.