Thursday, 19 February 2009

What a pilot SHOULDN'T tell the passengers before take off

Amy and I flew back to Edinburgh Tuesday evening and as we were waiting for the plane to start moving the pilot came on over the PA and announced that a passenger had decided not to travel at the last minute. This meant they had to sift through all the luggage in the cargo hold to get to his bag. That wasn't the problem because they had the bag out within a few minutes and we were on our way, it was the crazy thoughts of plane crashes that had us worried! Why didn't he want to travel!??! Did he have a 'feeling'!?!? Is the plane going to crash!?!?

Obviously we made it here safe and sound. We've started our job search and hope that we'll hear something within a few days. We had an amazing time at home visiting with everyone, but are excited to start working again so we can start traveling.

We're not sure where we'll go next, but we're hoping it will be somewhere WARM!

5 comments:

Lucy Marie said...

I wish the pilot had said "I'm sorry but no one on this plane is allowed to go to Scotland. Everyone MUST stay in Canada". That would have been better. See you in 59 sleep or something close to that!

Sassenachs in Scotland said...

How would you have been able to come visit me if I was still in Canada??

59 sleeps is so soon! I can't wait to show you around the city :)

Craig said...

Happy job hunting. Thanks for the great updates.

Wendy said...

I'm glad you made it back safely! Any luck with the job hunting?

Wendy said...

Do you think that you ladies will make it over to Iceland during your year? And if so, what season do you think you'd take the trip? I hope you make it! I'd love to hear all about it and live vicariously through you!