Omakase

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Taking off!

I'm happily at the gate here @ Dulles. Besides the facts that I just
missed the chance to upgrade to Business class, and the feature movie
is "hairspray," I'm excited to begin my trip to Asia. First stop, in
about 18 hours: Seoul, Korea!
(via Tokyo. Ugh-pass the Ambien!)

1 comment:

DAD said...

HI TIM IT IS EARLY FRIDAY HERE. JUST SAW YOUR TWO TRIP ENTRIES AS WELL AS THE CONCERT AND TAIL GATE PICTURE--NEAT. I'LL SHOW MOM TONIGHT FOR SURE. THE DMZ TRIP WAS A HIGHLIGHT I'M SURE.. HOPE YOUR FLIGHT WAS AT LEAST OK [SPACE WISE]. ALL IS WELL HERE EXCEPT MOM HAD TO PUT IN A VERY LONG DAY YESTERDAY. I THINK WE WILL STAY IN WMBG THIS WEEKEND. THIS MEANS NO ASIA TRIPS FOR US,SO YOU WILL HAVE TO TOUR FOR MOM AND DAD. HAVE A GOOD NEXT FEW DAYS. DAD

With my new friends on the Great Wall of China

With my new friends on the Great Wall of China
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