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February 18, 2005



I'm getting taken to the Airport by my EX boyfriend in April ...
Hmm ...


I travel a LOT for business, from Canada into the US and of course, back home to Canada again. Only once has a (now ex) boyfriend met me at the airport. Arriving at Toronto, Terminal 3 is the worst. After you clear Customs and gather your bags, you head out through the doors directly onto a 3 foot high platform, which is really more like a big stage where it seems there is never less that 100 people waiting with all the flowers, balloons, and welcome home signs for others. Every time I get my flight info for another trip, I think to myself, please don't let me fly American Airlines, I can't bear to be put out on that platform without a loved one waiting to embrace me when I return home.

Well, I'm off to Chicago on Sunday...flying on American, and I too, wonder when someone will be waiting for me again.


The Savannah airport is the same, you walk down the walkway to be greeted by awaiting persons in the courtyard. Only, whenever I arrive home from a trip, there's no one waiting either.

Independence is all fine and well, but having someone who will pick us up and drop us off, or someone who we're willing to doing the same for, would be nice.

Of course, my company is located in the airport, so I'm always available. ;)


Where you headed? I hope that you soon find someone special that will be waiting for you at the airport, in the kitchen when you come home from a long days work and in the grocery store when you run in to pick a few things. Everyone deserves someone special. Especially people as kind as you.

The Defeatist

I inevitably choose the Park and Fly. As I arrive back at my hometown airport, I see all of the similar things you described, and then I must cart my bags and wait for the bus to take me back to the faraway parking lot where I left my car for several days.

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