Now I'm 30,000 feet over the earth and heading home. No exercise class, as I'd planned and a few fewer errands than I'd planned, but once more a lesson in letting go of plans. So glad to be able to get home. I do have laundry to do and I've got to repack for BlogHer '13 beginning on Thursday.
Despite this little glitch, it was a great trip. The conference was a terrific experience. I knew having a spinal tumor was rare, but this gave me an understanding of just how rare. But I also acquired a group of friends who share this tiny world with me, which makes it a lot less lonely. I had a great time at Epcot and Disney. I was thrilled to be able walk all over the Magic Kingdom and even took a few rides. I got to share it with my friend, Sue, who is a high school buddy, and we had a lot of fun. We laughed at the Bear Jamboree and loved "It's a Small World" and "Pirates of the Caribbean."
I'm 30,000 feet over Virginia as I type, but need to wait to send it when I'm off the plain. I just enjoyed my cookies and coffee and am feeling appreciative of every little thing. Take-off, smooth flight, cookies, coffee and the million little things that make a day. Buttercup is counting her blessings!
Last night at baggage claim. It was as hectic as it looked.