Up and Down
Here is another tip for nervous flyers from a pilot friend, "Better to be on the ground wishing you were in the air, than in the air wishing you were on the ground." (Tip might not be the proper word.) Speaking of proper words, or funny ways to say things, I spoke with JJ in Ireland yesterday and she talked all about her trip to a rural island. "I have never seen so many rock fences," she said. I'm talking to a radio station in Minneapolis this morning, I hope. The interview is at 10am central time, which ought to be 7am my time. Chip has no patience at all for my inquiries about time zones. I woke him up at 4 in a panic that I'd sleep through it, and then fell back to bed sure that 10 am in the Midwest was 1pm here. Honestly, it is a miracle that I wrote a book at all. Finally, there is an assembly meeting tonight and I'm going to ask them again not to put a tour bus parking lot on the beach. It would be a shame.