In the airport again (LaGuardia this time), same deal with only 30 minutes of free WiFi. Whatever, airports.
In the same vein, we got here, following the signs to Terminal C to check in for American Airlines. Got our boarding passes for gate D-something. The guy who took our bags said we had to go to Terminal B for the D-gates. Don’t terminals usually have the same letter as the gates? So we checked in at C and got a shuttle to go to B to get on a plane at D. I am now reciting my ABCs.
It’s not THAT confusing (we made it to the gate, after all), but I’m cruising on very little sleep over the last few days. Saturday started early, with a long day of travel and a late night when we arrived. We didn’t have to get up especially early Sunday, Monday, or today, but I slept pretty badly. The hotel walls were thin, there was constant activity in the hallways, and the pillows SUCKED. They looked all fluffy and nice, but they flattened into nothing as soon as you put your head down and the air squeezed out. My neck hurts. Plus all the emotions and the public face on the whole time and I’m. So. Tired.
We land in Portland at 7:30pm local, but then we have to get our car and drive home, so it’ll be 10pm at the earliest before we get home. Probably closer to 11. And tomorrow morning has to start on time, so there will be no sleeping in until Saturday. On the plus side, there’s no one to tell me I can’t go to bed at 6pm tomorrow night or every night the rest of this week, and Saturday isn’t that far away.