Brett has landed safely in Japan and is sleeping soundly right now seeing as it is 2:45 a.m. in Itako. Last night for yours truly was a nail-biting, can't-leave-the-computer kind of night. See, I'm the kind of person who if I read it or see it, I believe it. So I was trying to track Brett's flight on Aeroseek. Note to self: Aeroseek does NOT track international flights. Needless to say, when I saw the little dot that "was" NWA5 just floating over the ocean near an Alaskan island with the commentary thing next to it saying, "Time Out" I was getting a little worried. Thank goodness Neil appeared and informed me that once out of U.S. waters, Aeroseek ceases to work.
It is unbelievably weird to go through a day and not be on the phone with Brett. It's so weird. I did get a call at 4 a.m. from him saying he was there and wow, you should have seen me. I was fast asleep but I woke right
up and it looked like I was juggling the phone as if it were magma-hot, trying to answer it. I spell relief P-H-O-N-E-C-A-L-L-F-R-O-M-B-R-E-T-T.
In conclusion, I just thought I'd let my faithful readers (?) know that I won't be posting for a couple of weeks. This is because I will be living at Outback. But if you don't already, read:
That'll be all the information you need.