L -- is for long lines. Period.
M -- is for mind-numbing boredom. At least they have taken down most of the TVs that used to play the same thing on a 15-20 minute loop says the optimist. True -- that was enough to make you loopy!
N -- is for never again. This is what I tell myself ever time I escape an airport alive.
O -- is for oxygen. I think it should tell us something when a conveyance is required to bring oxygen with it...
P -- is for prayer. Airports provide plenty of time for prayer. Amen.
Q -- is for quest. That's what it is to find the water fountain (or a sandwich that won't leave you homeless for the first night of your vacation).
F -- is for finished boarding and you have missed your flight.
G -- is for gate. (I always seem to find the wrong ones -- how about you?)
H -- is for "honestly, we have no idea when you'll get home".
I -- is for injury after lugging all your luggage to the bathroom with you and doing yoga trying to find space to sit on the toilet.
J -- is for jealous, which is what everyone is of the people getting off the plane on time.
K -- is for...kind, I guess. All this stress does give people the opportunity to be especially kind to each other. (I thought this when I saw a young man let two older people cut in front of him in line...and then I realized he was just waiting for the rest of his party and trying to keep his spot at the front of the line!)
The Pessimist's Airport ABCs...with Input from that One Incurable Optimist we all know :0)
A -- is for animals and accidents, such as dog fights between service poodles.
B -- is for broken -- like the landing gear.
C -- is for crowds. (Of course, as the optimist points out this means more people to minister to and tell about Jesus.)
D -- is for delays...which come in lots and lots of different flavors, but still mean the same thing.
E -- is for empty -- empty your pockets, your wallets, and your minds.
Rubies are Lovely...
But diamonds are fascinating.
Diamonds look like glass or epoxy. But when we break a jar we throw that away, and when epoxy is visible we try to scrape it off. When we lose a diamond, we tear the house apart. (And, if you are my grandmother, you finally find it in an old-fashioned bed spring.)
Same author with some fun, quirky thoughts to make you smile!