Wednesday, July 22, 2015


Did you read Life with Lynnie (LwL), yesterday?  If so, you'll know that even though I am Canadian, and live in Canada, I made my way to the airport in Detroit, Michigan, USA.

After God helped me leave my vehicle with the parking lot operators, I was taken to the airport.

Upon arriving, I was greeted by an airline employee.  And, was directed as to where I needed to go, to obtain the help I needed to make my way through the airport.

Just so you know, I do walk.  And, do... regularly.

However, after having injuries in the past, I am limited in my ability to walk extra-long distances.  So, I made my way to where I would obtain wheelchair assistance.

Off we went.

My boarding pass let anyone looking at it know that I and my carry-on baggage had already been pre-checked.  For security reasons.

Even so, we made our way through a place where me and my things were sent through the security checks.

After being brought to the boarding gate, I waited.  Eventually, I boarded the airplane.  Along with  everyone else who had booked the flight.

Being an American holiday in U.S.A., things on the flight were done a little bit differently.

Instead of charging for some things, those items were given out... free.  Like the ear buds used by those who wanted to watch and listen to the movie that was shown.

As per normal, information was given to everyone, relating to what we needed to know. 

In the past, it was usually a flight attendant who showed everyone where to read an information card that showed how to use the seat belt, the oxygen system, etc.  But, this time it was different.

A video was played. 

It was done in a humorous way.  So much so, that people everywhere were laughing!  :)

Then, a flight attendant sang God Bless America

No music was used.  She sang a cappella. I must admit, she did a wonderful job.  And, had a lovely voice.

One of the flight attendants stood in the aisle, and did magic tricks.  While I do not enjoy magic, most people truly enjoyed what she did.

Instead of having a couple of adults seated beside me, I had a couple of children who sat there.  The girls looked to be about 11 and 13 years old.  They were great people to sit with.

I relaxed. 

Even though I didn't sleep, I did find myself dozing off at times.  And, thanked God for the comfort I felt, while aboard that airplane.

Thinking about this, brought to mind  Psalm 71:21, "Thou shalt increase my greatness, and comfort me on every side."

Yes, God did this for me. 

He provided people who helped me, just as I said, before.  And, the comfort of relaxing on the airplane and being treated so well, truly made me feel blessed.

After all, I was blessed.

Blessed by God.  And, was blessed by everything that was done for me, that day.

Thank You, Lord.  Hallelujah!

Until next time...

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