On the Road, Again

kinnon —  January 14, 2007 — 1 Comment

I do an interview with Johnny who runs the incredible Rembrandt’s in 30 minutes, an interview with Mark Priddy after that and them I’m off to the beautiful Boise airport (that has free Wi-Fi). I’m looking forward to being home – I get in around 11:30 this evening.

I’ve often been away from home for much longer (like six weeks in Africa) but I am definitely ready to be home after this trip. I’ve had a blast but it will be good to be with my wife and two of my three kids. (Liam is in Ottawa and we’ll visit him in the next couple of weeks.)

UPDATE: I’m sitting at Gate 11 @ BOI, waiting for a late plane to arrive from Denver. Looks like my leaving my conversation with Mark later than intended was not an issue. Imbi can tell you how I need to be at the airport waaaaaay earlier than necessary. Comes from my parents military background, I guess. I’ve had time for lunch, time to use Google Reader – and discover that Erika tagged me – and time to put my computer away and read a novel. Or Alan Hirsch. Novel? Hirsch? Novel…I’m tired. The novel wins out.

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A television editor, writer & director since 1978. A Christian since 1982. More than a little frustrated with the Church in the West since late in the last millennium.

One response to On the Road, Again

  1. You are not the only one who feels a need to get to the airport with ample time to spare. I get my tendancy from my dad – who likes to be at the airport 2-3 hours before the flight.
    I only do 1.5-2 hours.

    But this tendancy serves us well, doesn’t it? Every once and a while little things happen that make it worth it – like getting first choice of seats. One time I was even bumped into an earlier flight (this was during University).


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