Publisher Jeff Gayduk recounts a recent airline flight with novice passengers and reflects on the first flight he ever took.
Flying as much as I do, I try to make myself invisible on airplanes. Head down, polite nod, laptop out. I’m no chatty Cathy @ 30,000 feet. But on a recent trip to Orlando when I plopped down in seat 7D, I knew immediately no work was being done on this flight.
“You ever flown before?” came the voice from 7F.
“At least twice a month,” I replied.
“My first time ever!” the little boy said.
You can expect that from a first grader en route to MCO, but I didn’t expect the same comment from his mother (7E)…
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