Baggage Claim

Doing nothing in Georgia

I arrived in Atlanta on Monday evening, not without a few hiccups getting here. My plane from my hometown to San Francisco was 2 hours late, meaning I missed my connection to Atlanta direct by about 10 minutes. So, I was put on a flight to Denver Colorado, which was leaving in 10 minutes, then on to Atlanta Georgia. I got here a few hours later than I was originally scheduled.

Interesting thought. What plane was my luggage on? I went to baggage claim and as I expected my luggage didn’t show up. I went to the United Baggage Claim Office, where outside the door was my luggage with a number of other peoples. It seems like my luggage did make that first flight or maybe another one that got to Atlanta faster than I did.

I arrived at the store where I was to begin installation, to quickly recognise that once again that wasn’t going to happen. This is the 3rd installation in a total of 6 where I could not do anything due to the store still being built, running behind schedule.

All day Tuesday I did nothing. I watched TV, read online news, played a few games and did some website work.

Right now it’s 4pm Wednesday. I still have not done anything because the store is not ready. Apparently I can go down there in an hour and install. We’ll see.

I’ll catch you later.

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Mike250

Australian. Sport. Passionate Cricket Fan. Go Pro. Abseiling. Snorkeling. Travel. Golf R. SQL Server Developer. Three sons. One daughter. Last Trip: Tasmania.

One Comment

  1. Early on in my life Stateside I had the opportunity for a sales Rep position with my company which would have meant a lot of traveling all over the States. Unfortunately it came when we found out my wife was expecting our first child, and as much as I wanted to see more of the States the last thing I wanted to be doing with my wife pregnant was flying all over the country and maybe being home for just 1 to 2 weeks of the month.

    I envy your opportunity to see this amazing country, even if it is major city after major city.

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