Friday, February 20, 2015

Airports Are Hard

This week has been nothing short of insane. And not in the usual insane ways. 

It's been wacky weather.
A cancelled trip.
A wine tasting.
A rescheduled trip.
And some more wacky weather.

Long story short, I'm supposed to be in Ohio right now. But I'm not. Because weather.

But. I'm leaving Sunday for Ohio. Lord willing we don't get hit with some other strange weather. I'm counting nothing out at this point. Monsoons and hurricanes are next I'm sure. 

Things got pretty ugly for me Wednesday at 4:30 when my trip got cancelled, and I turned into a mild psychopath. So my apologies to the two lovely humans who spent Wednesday night with me and made me sane again. 

And I'll admit it, I was trying to act all chill and cool about the whole trip to begin with. But I was totally freaking out. This is only the second time I've ever flown. And my first time doing it alone. So I was semi-terrified I was going to get lost in an airport or do something stupid. 

Then when it got postponed, I basically lost it. No holds barred. I think I've gotten myself together a bit now, and I'm excited about my trip now. I'm just still a little intimidated by the whole concept of roaming around airports by myself.

So wish me luck. Or something. 

I'll check back in tomorrow with something more important. But I just needed to share with the world my apparent fear of airports. 

Someone help me.


xoxo, jgp


  1. Hang in there! Airports can be confusing, but there should be lots of signage to help you out. Signing up for text alerts regarding your flight can be super helpful :) Wishing you the best of luck & saying a little prayer for you!

    XX, SS || A Little Seersucker Sass

  2. I'm supposed to leave Wednesday for Baltimore but I'm so worried my flight is going to get delayed or cancelled. My parents left Saturday and they were literally at the airport for 22 hours! Keeping my fingers crossed!

  3. Dress warm for your trip to Ohio! It's currently -4 and it's not warming up anytime soon. Safe travels!

    A Blissful Haven