Exciting news, folks. I hope you have your seat belts fastened, because not only is this the first time I’ve typed and posted a blog from my phone, but I’ve also decided to take you with me.
You are now on an all expenses paid trip to Dublin and the United Kingdom.
You get to sit here at Gate D65 and keep me company for the next hour, which is nice because I’m not used to traveling alone.
Don’t worry, we had an incredibly easy check-in with only one (long) wrong turn (I told you to wear your glasses!), but we still managed to get here with
way too much time to spare.
We’re chilling at a bistro table and considering writing more on Helena but we’re a little too
nervous excited to settle in. We’re not really looking forward to getting from Terminal 3 to Terminal 1 at Heathrow, the monster of all airports, but we’ll deal with that when the time comes.
When we first arrived at our gate it was eerily quiet. So much so, that we almost wanted to ask what time the airport closes for fear we were about to be locked in. But now there’s plenty of people watching to do and enough distraction to keep us from our real writing. We will write when we’re folded into our 2x3x2 seat, right?
Anyway – we’re through security, boarding passes in hand and soon we’ll be flying high.
Thanks for agreeing to come along. It means a lot.
See you soon, kids! (Our seats aren’t together)