Wednesday, 22 December 2010

please let me be home for Christmas

"Airport spokesman Thomas Uber said there was a backlog
of about 3,500 passengers, including about 600
who spent the night on emergency cots.

"It will take a while to catch up," he added."

We are leaving from Heathrow tomorrow evening. I can't imagine not being with family on Christmas eve, I mean, we don't even have a Christmas tree in our apartment. I have started thinking about what we would do in case they send us back home. Trying to cook the Christmas dinner for the first time... Horrible! No, I can't happen! Please let us go home!

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