susan smitten (chu_hi) wrote,
susan smitten
chu_hi

Woke up. Got outta bed.

I was invited by revjim to make a DITL post on 19 January, 2008. It had been a while!


I stopped hitting snooze at 3:26. IN THE MORNING.





































MEEEEE!!!













ME! ME! ME!



I laughed when I saw how I'd parked.

Gas is $1.71 for 95 octane. Always.























I flew to Yemen, so the view out the aircraft door is Yemen, and the views from the sky are also Yemen. I didn't take any other pictures while we were in the air, because I was working. The purser (like the leader) on the flight ran away with the camera and took a bunch of pictures of cabins and galleys. That's him eating a chocolate cheesecake with his hands.
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