Thoughts From the Road: A Journey from Mississippi to Nebraska, via Minnesota, in Random, Fragmented Thoughts

“I’ll get something at the airport, or on the way.  I should take a diet coke just in case.  Yeah, I’ll just eat there.  Plenty of time.”

“What’s that taped to his window?  Oh my god.  Seriously?”

“What a creep!  I don’t think so, dude.”

“Is he following me?  Let’s see how you do at 80 mph.”

“Okay, that’s better.”

“Ah, crap!  Did I miss the exit?  Yep.  I can’t believe I did that.  How may times have I made this trip?  Oh well.  At least there’s another one up here.  Wait.  Is that?  Seriously, dude, give it up.”

“Where the hell is the West Lot?  Oh.”

“Did she disappear?  What time is it?  Okay.  I have time.”

“Man, that sunset is beautiful.”

“Augh!  I hate AT&T!  How can I not have a signal in freaking Minneapolis?  I’m seriously writing about this.”

“Oh!  Einstein Brother’s Bagels!”

“If any airport in the world should have indoor smoking areas, it’s Minnesota.”

“Lady, jeez…take it easy with the floral scented lotion!”

“Bathroom, bathroom, bathroom.  Ah, there it is!  What time is it?  Okay.  I have time.”

“Are these people going to complain the whole way to Omaha?”

“What time is it?  Crap.  We should have landed by now.  Where’s that de-icing truck??”

“Please don’t talk to me, please don’t talk to me, please don’t talk to me.”

“She was nice.”

“I wonder if this guy really works for the shuttle bus company.  If we’re not at the hotel in three minutes, I’m calling 911.”

“Why is that guy in his socks?”

“Cigarette, cigarette, cigarette.”

“Pizza!  Yes!! “

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