This week in the 1 Day 1 World Project, the timeframe is 10 to 11 pm.
Normally at that time, I would be settling down and hoping for a good night’s sleep. Yesterday however I was on a trans-Atlantic flight to Germany where we will be vacationing for the next 3 weeks.
At 10:30 pm we had been in flight for 2 hours and the plane map suggested we were just flying over the Canadian eastern border of Newfoundland.
It seemed to be a full flight, but by some miracle of booking, I had 2 empty seats beside me to stretch out on. Husband and I each booked aisle seats so we were not together. You would think that the extra space would increase my odds of getting some shut-eye during the flight, but the cold, noisy cabin and 2 crying babies made that an impossibility.
So now we are safely in Roth, Germany – exhausted – and ready for a good night’s sleep and days ahead full of new adventures.
This was my day from 10 to 11 pm. For more posts on 1 Day 1 World, go to Northwest Frame of Mind.