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Notes from plane seats and the odd airport lounge

March 26th 2019
HE SAID... The lead up to this adventure had been different to our other trips. For a start, we’d managed to tie up our work commitments well before we left, which is a rarity for us. It allowed us time to think and plan – so much so that we organised our packs about a week out from leaving. This wasn’t entirely ideal, as I kept looking at my pack at the airport and couldn’t entire ... read more
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8th May 2019

Poor Mia
What a sweet darling! My Olga and Svea are fortunate enough that my parents can tend to them in my house while I'm away as my mother pass my town on her way to and from work. It would be hard for me to imagine them void of this freedom so I sympathise with your little sweetie.
8th May 2019

Re: Poor Mia
Your little ones are very lucky that your Mum can take care of them. We may need to look at a similar arrangement for our three soon - the guilt is really getting to us :)
10th May 2019

Oh, poor thing
You know, we would be more than happy to take care of Mia for you when you are away. Too bad we live on the other side of the planet... /Ake
12th May 2019

Re: Oh, poor thing
Awww thanks Ake - any plans to move to southern Australia in the near future? ;) It's so hard dropping her off and seeing her so stressed. It's partly also because she has become such a routine driven cat and now reacts badly to any changes in her day.

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