I’m back and my liver still works!

No one is more amazed about either of those things than I. There was a 1/2 hour, standing at security at the YYC1, when I thought I might not make it home. I thought I was going to have an absolute stroke when one (out of ten) of the security guards decided that a souvenir that I’d bought for my 6 year old was too dangerous to be allowed on the plane. Because that’s something I do, give deadly objects to my child. Whatever. I checked the bag instead and everyone was happy. Except for the security guard who got sent on break so his supervisor could talk to him about how he handled the situation. Srsly. The other guards were joking around with me trying to smooth over the ridiculousness of the situation.

Anyway. I’m home and I have the very best memories ever to cherish. And I might even be allowed back into Canada some day! Woot!

While I was gone I was keeping up with Facebook and sharing some of the amazing times we were having. Part of me didn’t want to share because I didn’t want to make anyone feel badly for not being included but most of me wanted to share every detail and make you all absolutely sick with envy. Not because I’m an a$$hole2 but because I wanted you all to get get excited enough to take a trip of your own.

Those of you who were looking on and thinking I WANT THAT! Do it! I’m sure there is someone you have interacted with on the listserve, through Facebook or through another blog that you feel an affinity with. Maybe they’re local to you, maybe they’re not. Just remember, this all started with ONE mom saying she wanted to get some FX Mommies together. There are a lot of “impossible” things we face in life, a weekend away is not one of them!

  1. Look at me, the seasoned Calgary traveler after one trip, snort. []
  2. Though I am that too! []

2 thoughts on “I’m back and my liver still works!

  • January 19, 2011 at 11:02 am
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    thanks for sharing as much as possible — felt like I was with you most of the time. Glad all of you had a great time bonding and relaxing. Yes it is a good thing to take care of your inner selves.

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  • January 19, 2011 at 11:05 am
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    I loved seeing your posts and pictures. It is always heartwarming to see the best of friends enjoying life together. <3

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