1. Guinness is Good for You | Drop Me Anywhere
    July 25, 2014 @ 10:30 am

    […] you read “On a Wing and a Prayer?” That’s the beginning of this […]


  2. tmlwrites2010
    July 25, 2014 @ 1:39 pm

    You are hysterical and I’m so glad that you can laugh at this whole travel mess thing, but really, it’s the only way any of us survive the journey anymore, right? I had a similar challenge last summer returning from Europe via that Philley airport only not quite as lucky as you since I ended up in a Holiday Inn Express for the night. Yes, really. That after getting off a luxury Med cruise for two weeks, so yes, a bit of a letdown, but like you, we made the best of it. Except the airport wouldn’t release our luggage ‘due to weather conditions’ [say what?] so I opted for the plush robe at the HIE – not! Luckily I did carry at minimum clean undies [yes, I was listening, mom!]. And so it goes. Keep writing, and definitely keep smiling:-)


    • Drop Me Anywhere
      July 25, 2014 @ 4:09 pm

      Thanks! A Holiday Inn Express! That’s either a commercial or a cliche!


  3. Ireland, I Adare You | Drop Me Anywhere
    August 10, 2014 @ 5:59 pm

    […] Limerick. Why Adare? You may remember Siobáhn and her daughters, Aibha and Aisling from the story On a Wing and a Prayer and, of course, who could forget Siobáhn’s father Peadar from Guinness is Good For You. Well, […]


  4. She’s Got a Ticket to Ride | Drop Me Anywhere
    September 26, 2014 @ 4:27 pm

    […] paid for and left me wondering if I had to pay extra to be treated with respect (didn’t read it? Start here), I thought I’d try something different. Okay, my flight leaves at 1:00am on Tuesday morning and […]


  5. Weighing In | Drop Me Anywhere
    October 1, 2014 @ 6:11 am

    […] ‘my streak of mechanical problems continues (read about it on the last trip starting with On a Wing and a Prayer).’ When I head across the hall, I pass at least twelve people, lined up, sitting in […]


  6. Adios Mexico | Drop Me Anywhere
    October 13, 2014 @ 12:11 pm

    […] a half-hour late which is quite exceptional after my USAir experience (read about that one in “On a Wing and a Prayer”). I even snag window seats on both the Ft. Lauderdale to Dallas and the Dallas to Phoenix legs, […]


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