Chris is in Atlanta again. I took him to the airport earlier today. His flight landed safely – and I didn’t blog about it so as to spare you from my flying neurosis. You’re welcome. 🙂
He’s flying back on Wednesday. I’m meeting him at the airport where he and I will board a plane together and fly to California for a week-long, much needed vacation. We have no large plans in California – we have friends out there whose daughter is graduating from high school, so we’ll be going to that and spending the weekend in Laughlin – relaxing at the lake. When we fly back on the following Wednesday – Chris and I will get off the plane, I’ll head to my car and he’ll head to the terminal on the other side of the airport and fly back to Atlanta.
It seems, this is how our summer will go. They just signed the second phase of their contract with this particular client – and Chris will need to be there, continually, for the next 6-8 weeks. At least he’ll be home every weekend. I’m not so much moody that he’ll be gone a lot this summer – – though that does have me a bit bummed. That’s not it, though – – it’s the neurosis about flying. It drives me nuts and I can’t stop the thoughts and the anxiety even if I wanted to. The more I think about not thinking about it, the more I think about it.
Make sense? Nah, to me either. And let’s not EVEN talk about my anxiety about my upcoming flight this Wednesday – – I’m not thinking about it, don’t ‘cha know!