It’s been a long day. I got up early and my dad was kind enough to give me a ride to the airport. We made it there fine, but he got lost on his way home providing much comedic relief for my sister and mother who was apparently in tears from laughter when he told the story.
The flights were smooth and as comfortable as could be for economy class. My neighbor on the first flight was perfect – friendly, but kept mostly to himself. He kindly offered to let me watch “The Ides of March” on his iPad, but I was watching “Martha Marcy May Marlene” on the plane. I caught up on a couple of podcasts, munched on some light snacks, and tried to nap.
After a three-hour layover in Los Angeles, my one-hour flight to San Jose was on a little American Eagle plane. I picked a single seat by the window, which was perfect. I love the window seat and always try to sit there.
Now I’m in my comfy room at the DoubleTree Hotel, home to PantheaCon. Soon I’ll have dinner and go to bed.