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And so, you can understand my absolutely freak out when Rand and I sat down on our flight to Newark a few weeks ago, and saw our friend Joel walk on board. Joel and I used to work with eachother at Cranium. He was one of the former-Craniacs who made the crazy drive down to Ashland for our wedding.
And every few months he and a small group of my ex-co-workers get together for sushi and never fail to invite me, even though I can rarely make it. But they still invite me, anyway. Rand and I were lucky enough to get upgraded to first class on our flight, which sadly meant that we sat no where near them. And as silly as it sounds, knowing the three of them were several rows behind us getting, as we would later find out, delightfully drunk was really comforting.
It was sort of like taking a field trip in elementary school. It reminds you of how lucky you are to have such cool friends in your hometown in the first place.
We waited for them at the gate in Newark. This was their reaction. Adorable, right? BUY IT. Posted in: Awesome , Random Musings. Share this Post Facebook. Never miss a post Get new blog posts delivered straight to your inbox. No spam. Leave a Comment. More from The Blog.