Helping me resist the urge…

to even do the sudoku in the inflight magazine. Am I surprised that flyers are lazy, gross and/or passive aggressive? Not really (have you ever been to Disneyland? How about the parking lot at a pro football game?) And like I said, I pretty much want to hose myself off with a bottle of bleach after flying. Just don’t touch anything, especially the accumulated funk in the seat back pocket in front of you. You want me to pull out the emergency card and review it? I think not.

Comments (5)

  1. wisemx says:

    You’re a hoot…Love this style of blogging, sharing your inner thoughts, honestly.

    Please continue. 😉

    Yes I do have a background in teaching Positive Reinforcement but I am being honest. LOL

  2. HeatherLeigh says:

    Haha! Well I choose to believe you!

    I’ve run out of work topics to blog about; for the time being.

  3. Miles says:

    Ugh.  I think I just threw up in my mouth a little bit.  What’s worse, clipping your toenails inflight or leaving the remnants in the seatback pocket?

    Anyhow, I really enjoy reading your blog; keep it up and Fight On!

  4. HeatherLeigh says:

    Thanks Miles! I think it really is best not to look in the seat back pocket in front of you. I have a couple times (like really looked down to the bottom) and it was less than pleasant. We are all probably better off not knowing. Because, you know, if you don’t think about it, it’s not there. Yep, that pearl of wisdom helps me get through a lot of things in life.

  5. jennifer hicks says:

    This is the absolute truth about touching anything on a plane – I recently was bitten by a spider on a THE flight to Malta from NYC and ended up at the 25 euro doctors office on the island and  not only received the best medical care and attention i think I have had in my entire life, but received wise words of wisdom from my Maltese physican – he says ‘never ever ride on a plane, they are infested with germs, bugs and clearly spiders"  Great post!

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