My View For Awhile: Limping Homeward

It has been great, though slow going in NYC.  Time to head home.

I had access to the lounge this time in a new way. I am seriously irritated that Delta club membership will no longer be acknowledged by partner airlines. Therefore I didn’t re-up. Instead I’ll use my AmEx card for access to the club in these USA and also have access to several networks of private clubs at foreign airports I tend to access.

Anyway, in the lounge I had “breakfast”, technically accurate since it broke my fast. I’m not sure what this is, but I have an image of Charlton Heston shouting something….

It was in the place where one might have expected bacon. After a nibble, an essay, a foray, I demurred.

This is, happily, a non-stop trip … which I guess they all are, come to think of it. I don’t have to change planes. Hence I hope I won’t have to post many updates.

UPDATE

I spoke too soon.

My neighbor is, I suspect, rather high strung.

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4 Responses to My View For Awhile: Limping Homeward

  1. Suburbanbanshee says:

    Was his name Martin?

  2. At least a guitar won’t have to get up and climb over you to go to the bathroom every 20 minutes.

  3. iPadre says:

    He’s headed to a Liturgy conference. ?

  4. iPadre says:

    The wink emoji posted as a ?