what can you do?

i made it home. it's oh-dark thirty for real.

i had no idea JUST how terrified i am of flying until i took a xanax before flying and didn't feel paralyzing, gripping, nauseating fear. so, i'm guessing constantly thinking you're going to crash and die isn't a typical OR a good thing, and i swear by the front paws of my dog that i shall never again fly unmedicated.

thanks friend for the phone call that kept my mind off of the horrors of the vegas airport at 10 pm on a friday night, and other friend, for the phone call that kept my mind occupied in california when i was waiting for the xanax to kick in.

i slept so soundly on my last leg of my trip that i have no idea how to go to sleep right now. lie down and try, i suppose.


Hello, It's Louise. Saturday, October 22, 2005 11:27:00 am  

glad you're back, safe and sound.

Steve Saturday, October 22, 2005 1:08:00 pm  

Whenever I have trouble sleeping, I, well, nowadays I get on the computer and look at random websites, or I post humorous jokes on my blog or on other people's blogs.

However, I used to get in my car and take a drive out into the country, where it was quiet and peaceful and just relax.

Perhaps my verification says is best: zoldgc

Anonymous Tuesday, January 17, 2006 1:33:00 pm  

I concur that xanax before a flight = problem solved.

It made me not feel like I'm going to freak and run around the plane screaming.

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