Watching the rain fall in a tornado warning. This is totally hot chocolate weather!
If you’ve met me, you’d know that I prefer small towns over cities or suburbs. I like living out in the country, and that’s what attracted me to the little rural town that I now call home. What I also love, however, is New York City. No, I don’t want to live there permanently, but... Continue Reading →
When I lobbied this morning for a 05:35 van, my crew hadn’t shown up yet. I stood in front of the hotel in Charleston, wondering what was taking them so long. Sometimes a crew member is running behind, but it was odd that both pilots and the other two flight attendants hadn’t shown yet. Then... Continue Reading →