Hopefully I shall remedy that technicality soon. And then there shall be much rejoicing.Until then. I'm here. I'm safe.
And I'm having a whole lot of fun. Connecticut is beautiful. So many deciduous trees, which are green and in full bloom now, line the roads and path-ways. They really are enormous mammoths with massive, gnarled trunks. The street signs are easier to read here, too. And the roads are less bumpy and patched. The speed limits change a lot, in not very much distance, which is odd. But whatever. It was rather muggy yesterday, but it smells really nice here. I like it. It's really nice to meet more of my extended family members and reacquaint myself with the ones I met before but haven't seen in years. I miss my friends and family back home, though. I missed them in the Seattle airport, I missed them in the plane from Seattle to Dallas, I missed them in the Dallas airport, and I missed them in the Dallas to Hartford airport... I'm really glad I traveled with my Dad, because if I had been alone with no one familiar to talk to, I would have broken down entirely!No one to joke with, or tease, or even give a simple to fist-bump to! I think I would have died. No... I'm absolutely sure of it.
But if I keep rambling on in this post, I'll end up giving away all the stuff I was going to write about my flight, and I won't post on that until I can post pictures to go with it. So I'll bring this post to an end.