Share it Please
I may even be able to share some of my experience in the early ｍorning
hours before dawn, when it seems the whole hotel sleeps, and my patterns of
sleep & resting being uniquely my own. Ah, but there is no line for the ONE
guest computer at the Palaceside hotel in Kyoto where we arrived yesterday.
This, of course, if I can refrain from hitting the key next to the space bar
that turns everything into じゃぱねせJapanese. I may be alone in the
Universe as one who actually appreciates long (smooth) flights in good
company: no one can get to me, away from work, time to laugh and bond with
Joyce, Kim, Debi Gianni, and Ed & Judy, too, before they became the
untouchables upgraded to business class because of all Jim's work trips;
time to study Essential Ernest, exchanging thoughts and delights with my
seat companion, Debi; becoming engaged and lost in a new novel recommended
by my staff, "Twilight" (I LOVE it); time to snooze, if not sleep much.
Other travelers waiting upon our on time arrival, rested from having left
two days earlier and eager to share their Osaka adventures. [This, I
believe] is part 1, as I am getting "about to be timed out signals". So
much more to say.
Love and Sayonara, ぉヴぇ案dさよなら