I grew up in a small town, it was so small that it only had an elementary school and once you were out of elementary school you had to take a bus to a close by county to go to middle and high school. There wasn't even a grocery store, we only had a couple of convenience stores to get gas or snacks. My family lived in a home with a house on either side of us. One neighbor had a pool, and we all went there to swim pretty often. The three families knew each other well. It's funny the things that stick with you so many years later like the day my dad jumped into a pool fully clothed.
Life at the airport
I worked for an airline for 4 years. They were fun, a lot of work, and 4 years of being way underpaid. This is a look at some things to do, or not to do, when traveling by air. All of this is based on experiences while working for the airline. I checked passengers in, worked the gate, worked the ramp, and the baggage office so I have a lot to pull from.
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Life is not easy. I’m on the cusp of a second divorce, my kids are now adults, and I just started a new job in a new town. Seven years ago, I picked up and moved to another state giving up everything to marry the love of my life, or so I thought. Fast forward to 2018 and I found out he was cheating on me with a woman halfway across the world. I guess in his defense I found out about it because he ended it and she sought me out on Facebook to let me know what he had done. He was remorseful and seemed dedicated to working things out. Turns out he was only dedicated in going through the motions. We went to counseling where we were just spinning circles because he only heard what he wanted to hear from the therapist. What he really wanted to happen was we both pretend it never happened and sweep it under the rug. For the record, that is not how to handle things.