Sunday, December 25, 2005

The 12th Day of the Flight Attendant Christmas

Twelfth Day: Peace, joy, and abundant blessing to everyone.

Whatever holiday you choose to celebrate this time of year, I wish for all of you the best that life has to offer.



Eleventh Day: Happy holiday hotels.

Tenth Day: Feeling the love!

Ninth Day: No overbooking problems.

Eighth Day: Proper staffing.

Seventh Day: Delay free flights.

Sixth Day: Plenty of space for carry-on bags.

Fifth Day: Happy co-workers.

Fourth Day: Short security screening lines.

Third Day: That we'll be home for those extra special events.

Second Day: No weather problems.

First Day: Healthy passengers.



6 comments:

Astroprof said...

Merry Christmas to you!

(Or to be politically corrrect, Happy Non-specific Holiday, or Holiday-like, Festival!)

Fly Girl said...

Thanks, Astroprof.

I'm a Christmas celebrating kind of gal.

I am happy,however, to accept good wishes for any and all holiday greetings.

Merry Christmas to you as well!

Flygirl said...

Merry Christmas darling! Hope you don't have to work today but if you do, may you have a wonderful on-time drama free trip! :)

Astroprof said...

Fly Girl, I do Christmas, too. But at the college, they are trying to get away from calling it Christmas, for fear of offending someone. It is sort of silly, I think, as most people who don't celebrate Christmas don't really mind calling it Christmas. Oh, well.

What is really celebrated isn't really Christmas, but rather an orgy of shopping, spending, and so forth. I get tired of the daily shopping reports on the evening news, and the economic outlook based on spending. No one seems to care that there is a holy day in the holiday.

jiffy said...

hi flygirl!

Hope you and your family + friends all have a safe and relaxing (well, as relaxing as is comes) holiday period.


#ps have you ever had to work on 31st night?

Fly Girl said...

I've only celebrated New Years Eve away from home twice.

Once was for Y2K, and it actually worked out nicely. Had a great dinner with the crew, then went to bed early as we had an early flight the following day.

The other time was a layover in a city where I have some friends, and I was invited to join in their celebration.

You make the holidays fun, no matter where you are.