One down, one to go
B. has made it home safe and sound! I'm sure dinner time will be filled with lots of catching up on both sides. Tomorrow M. comes in around 2:15 in the afternoon. We will all be going to the airport to meet her. You know I'm anxious to have her home since I voluntarily spent far too long on the phone with the airline representative confirming her flight and paying for her baggage. (I feel the need to add how much I hate talking to computers. They absolutely infuriate me and I find it a great challenge to regain my composure when I finally reach a live person. Hint: Just hit '0' and it will connect you with a live person nearly every time.) Anyway, I will jump through any number of hoops to have her home.