Sunday, January 11, 2009

Famous last words of a fool

First, a short announcement. My brother has a new blog. It amuses me greatly. It will probably amuse you too. Check it. And if you're in a hurry and you only have time for one entry then make it this one right here.

Tomorrow I'll be flying to LA. I'm not exactly afraid of flying but I can't say I'm 100% comfortable with it either. As the plane takes off and lands I find myslf thingking "If the plane crashed from this height would I live?" I know it's morbid but I can't seem to stop myself.

The past few days I've found myself being extra patient with the kids. I think it's because if I'm in a plane crash I don't want my last thought to be "I wish I hadn't snapped at Joseph." or "I wish I had played that 12th game of Candyland with Elle."

I don't know what I would want my last thought to be though. Nothing to beautiful or profound though. If my last thought was too good it wouldn't even be my last thought. It would be my second to last thought. My last thought would be "I should blog that!"

I don't mean to be dark here. I know that the chances of something bad happening are very small. I just have an overactive imagination. And dying in a plane crash wouldn't be the worst thing in the world. Having another flight like this would be the worst thing in the world.

I would like to come up with a good ending for this post. I would like to leave you with something profound just in case. Here goes: A pirate walks into a bar with a steering wheel down the front of his pants. The bartender says "Hey pal, what's with the steering wheel?" The pirate responds "Arrr, it's driving me nuts!"

8 comments:

Torina said...

My last words, since it is pretty much what I mutter throughout any flight, would be, "I'm gonna die...I'm gonna die...I'm gonna die." :) Good luck with the flight. Drugs help. Legal ones of course.

Stimey said...

People who live through plane crashes are those who have a plan. When you're in your seat, count how many rows to the exit and plan what you would do. If you mentally rehearse it, you're more likely to do it instead of freezing.

Not that I think you're going to crash or anything, but just in case.

Have a good trip!

Ethan, Zach, and Emma's Mom said...

Oh, ewww. Ewww. I just read your post about your last bad flight. Any flight would be beter than sitting next to that. Ewww. Safe travels!

wheelsonthebus said...

sad i won't see you but wishing you luck!

Mrs. Schmitty said...

You'll be fine....good luck in LA!

Sabrina said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and thank you for your kind words :) Have a great trip in LA and your plane will be ok :)

Alison Wonderland said...

I read the old one about the worst flight ever and I just want to say, WOW!

crunchy said...

Plane crashes, fires..I was planning what to save after the kids and the pets..

but this was because someone gave my mom an escape ladder for her Christmas