Hi all! Back from VA, OH and NE. I've been all over the country in the last 48 hours and I'm finally home. I came back to find the house still standing, 4 loads of laundry done and Josh all in one piece. The dog's still here too. Phew, I can now rest easy and go home for 5 days without fear. Hope everyone is doing well. P.S. Andrew and Kathleen-You sing better than I do, when is your greatest hits album coming out?
This is an add, I didn't realize that my first post would shify down, so the actual first post is below this one. Scroll away if you care. This so much easier than the other way. Just look at the date/time...
OK this my second post because Amy hasn't come home yet her plane is stuck in Cleveland, and I am up late waiting for her, although that will only last as long as my beer supply and eyelids.
Here is a list of all e-mail addresses I have for us, use them as much as I use them for you guys, which is almost never but more than anybody but Mom. I don't think I have ever recieved an e-mail from Dad (hint, try it old man).
Basically I write stuff on this page of what's happening, and you can read it. But I think you guys can actualy respond. I'll play with it and see how it works out. It might be cool, even if you don't understand at this point.
Remember though that I suck at spelling and that you have been redirected to a 'different' place then from my website. And like my website, I am to lazy to add 'back' buttons, or anything else. If I find an easy way or you want to do it then fine.
I will leave you with this true tale of the amazing life of the Hohenadel's (Paul clam), and a Martin thrown in.
Monday Sept 19th I was on a plane heading to Atlanta on Delta Airlines, the pilot came on the announcer thing like always before the plane pushed back. He said, and I quote, sorta....
Pilot: "Thank you for choosing Delta airlines. We know you have a choice of bankrupt airlines and appriciate you choosing our bankrupt airline."
I laughed as did others until I thought about how they don't have enough money to pay their own union for maintainance, hence they now use a sub-contractor, and are bankrupt still.
Sure enough there was an 'Issue' with the hydralics of the front wheel thing upon landing. While not a big issue 4 fire trucks were alerted and scrambled. They did not actually come out to the plane, but we had to drive (or is it fly on the ground slowly?) in front of the air/fire staion for an 'inspection'.
The other odd thing about this is that I had the SAME thing happen with the wheel hydralic thing happe n a few weeks back on American into KC. But this time we actually made an emercency landing, fire trucks came out and all kinds of stuff.
I wish I could say that the plane caught fire and that I saved 13 people 4 dogs and a cripple kid named Lou, but that's it. No blow up sliding out of the plane things, no flames, not even a free beer for the next flight. If I can figure it out I will put a picture on here of a photo I took from the plane with alll the trucks outside the window. Actually I just figured it out, so you should see it now, and I'm to lazy to delete the last stuff.
Bankrupt, and flying don't really mix. We'll I'm off to Mexico next week on US Air!