Thursday, February 5, 2009

Missed you.

Finally headed home. Exhausted, burnt out. Plus, it's so damn dry here it feels like someone emptied a box of Triscuits into my nose.

A man just walked by where I'm sitting, and he was crying. Just walking, and crying.

I think I know how he feels.

LOL... No, I don't. Crying at the airport? What a sissy.

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21 comments:

Lacey said...

Awww... poor guy!

Crying has a way of opening up the sinuses and making one's nose run... maybe the guy was crying on purpose to alleviate the Triscuit feeling?

I know. I didn't think so either.

Kristina P. said...

That guy wouldn't have been you, would it?

jill jill bo bill said...

He misses me, too. He is sensitive. Leave him alone you big meanie.

Wep said...

Nice shoes :)

Girl Friday said...

Dude. Square-toed shoes are so.....so.....yesterday.

Dude.

The Daily Blonde said...

They probably made him throw away his over sized bottle of gel at check-in. Cut him some slack.

Nice shoes.

Jenners said...

Wow. You should follow him and try to find out his story. Would give you something to do perhaps.

Sarah said...

For am inute there I thought you were having a moment! Good to see I was wrong!

Sera said...

The Triscuit comment left a funny little mental picture for me in my head. Thanks for that. It sucks being away from home - glad you're heading back. Sounds like the guy in the airport is having some "allergy" issues - maybe you should find one of those drug prostitutes and have him hook you, I mean that guy, up with some meds. :)

Lee said...

He probably lost all his money.
That's usually what leaves those wussies crying.

Brenda Jean said...

BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA I almost thought you were going to have a sensitive moment. I thought of you yesterday when my husband brought home a lovely bright orange pen to me that says I-STAT. I'm pretty sure- I don't have my glasses on. Doesn't matter-- it's mine and it's cheery.

The Eadle Family said...

Poor guy. lol

Denise said...

Is it ok to cry ON the plane?? Just checking.

Halftime Lessons said...

OK, why does everyone think it was me crying in the airport?

Ok, maybe it was...I went to the bathroom, and couldn't tempt anyone with my wide stance.

Tony said...

careful with the wide stance thing. I was in Minn. airport last week and even in the Crown Room I swear they had covert dudes checking the foot spacing. Hopefully your home safe.

jsprik said...

maybe he couldn't go where he wanted to, maybe he broke up with his true love, maybe...oh hell, maybe he's just a cry-baby!!!

McMommy said...

Awww!! And I love the pic...it reminds me of MY hubby!!!

Eudea-Mamia said...

Wow - poor guy.

I wonder how he had enough moisture content to shed one tear.

Glad you're back. I missed you, you big lug.

April said...

"someone emptied a box of Triscuits into my nose"

ouch.

angie said...

Bet you had a sweet welcome waiting for you at home...:)

just a girl... said...

There is something very sad about this photo. Or maybe its just because I am listening to damn enya right now. Glad you are home.

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To laugh often and love much; to win the respect of intelligent persons and the affection of children; to earn the approbation of honest citizens and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to give of one's self; to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to have played and laughed with enthusiasm and sung with exultation; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived - this is to have succeeded. - Emerson