“Ladies and gentlemen, this is a reminder from airport security not to accept any requests from strangers to take their bags. If any person tries to give you luggage, including to transport on your flight, do not accept it. All luggage is subject to search. Please report all suspicious behavior to airport security”. –sincerely, LAX security.
I get it. Some of you read my Saturday post and chastised my decision to be silent. The moral of the story is:
If you see something, say something.
I get it. :-). I’m currently at LAX at my terminal awaiting boarding for a “really full flight”. They are taking requests to change flights and/or check bags. I’ve already checked. By the time you read this, I’m hoping I’m home in my bed. I’m praying for an uneventful trip home after a long but fruitful week.
Although busy with work, I managed to see a few sights and connect with my cousin for a home cooked meal on the weekend. Last night, I had a delightful meal with my service manager, Jimmy, and his lovely wife, Susan! I enjoyed their company and plan to keep in touch long after Jimmys last day. I was privileged to see the vintage picture of Jimmy in his Mr. Olympiad contest (ripped), a video of him playing jazz music on his bass guitar on a cruise with jazz celebrities, play his piano, and shared countless laughs as I wished them well. I consider it a privilege to be among the only managers he and his wife ever invited to their home. I am blessed to know them and confident they will love a long and fruitful life together.
Thanks for blessing me!