September 8, 2010
Other posts by ggall
One of Michelle’s earliest memories is seeing a smoke stack from a plane and asking her mom if it was a “cloud maker.”
She took this picture in Spring 2010 on a flight from Atlanta to Houston.
Dallas Fort Worth Airport From The Airplane Window
A Brief History of Brazil, and Obligatory Airplane Window Photo
Copenhagen From An Airplane Window
Coogee Beach, Australia From An Airplane Window
Aruba From An Airplane Window
Osaka, Japan From An Airplane Window
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When I talk about past or upcoming trips with friends, colleagues and/or family I occasionally hear one of the following lines:
“You must be rich”
“Your fiance must be rich” (so insulting)
“Sweety, be careful about your credit card debt” (this usually comes from my mom)
I can’t blame anyone for making these assumptions.
Menus in Rio overflow with dishes based on grilled meats, black beans and fried pockets of mild cheese, all garnished with crispy pork fat.
Somewhere in Scandinavia, a very lucky vandal is hiding a bronze mermaid’s head.