Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Fear

I am afraid of flying....
Well, not so much flying as

....crashing to a fiery death.

I'm glad that we talked this over!!!


I feel much better now that I know I'm not afraid of flying!

11 comments:

Faith said...

You'll be OK. Just don't expect any peanuts or anything.

Hey It's Di said...

HOLY COW! I'm more afraid of that poor dog in the picture! Just think of the possible outcome of that dog while you are flying and you should be good. If not, I've got some happy flyer pills....do you want some?

Busty LaRue said...

Hey! I thought you said you destroyed those negatives of me and my puppy after the horrible accident! What the heck?!

You'll be fine on your trip. You'll be too excited to get there and see all of the fabric!

Amylouwho said...

Just go to your happy place - think of all the fabric you are going to see and touch and feel.
Breathe in.
Breathe out.

glorybe1024 said...

LMAO at all the comments and the blog! I love "Go to your happy place"

Jen Sue Wild said...

Cute post poor puppy. I hate flying too..
Have a fun safe trip!!

Kaci said...

Jana, have a blast on your trip! Take extra Kleenex (for meeting your idols), relax with a Diet Coke, and just remember the the "crash position"!

Jessica G. said...

I think I'm more afraid of having my zipper down or my skirt tucked into my underwear in a public place than I am afraid of the plane crashing. ;)

jellybelly*jellybrain said...

Makes you wonder why they call the airport building the "terminal" doesn't it?!

(Re CV goodies - I only put yours in the post yesterday, so we are as bad as each other - sister!!)

Motherboard said...

I love the photo of the little doggie-- I feel like that dog sometimes!

Thanks for stopping by my blog-- its fun to make new blogging friends!
Come back! ya hear?!?!

Pinktulip said...

Fear is something that seems to grow worse the older you get, I find. You also start thinking about it once you become a parent. When you are very young you do not think about dying at all. You are invincible. I always tell my kids that your mind is powerful enough to overcome anything. And then I admit a fear of heights and they ask me why I cannot overcome this with my powerful mind? Bummer when they get older and ask sticky questions!