Dear United Airlines
My name is Don Geronimo. I was told Thursday evening 2/4/2016 that my grandmother, of which I now only have one grandparent living, is dead. I booked UA881 immediately after.
I’ve never been able to pay respects to any of my grandparents from all sides of my family, but I was really counting on UA881 to fly me to her so that, for once in my life I could actually be there for my family to send off our loved ones. I live in Minneapolis, MN, so I got myself on the earliest Spirit flight to Chicago just so I could make UA881. It was the only flight I could afford at such short notice.
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Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.
I’ve spent an hour of my life today in a coffee shop looking at the prices for hosting and a domain name. It’s not the first time I’ve ever wasted time looking at hosting and domain name and eventually deciding not to buy. It might’ve been fear of failure; it might’ve been fear of the opinions of others. It might also be a fear that, perhaps, I’m coming in far too late, and that there is no point to start.
I decided today that I’d take a risk and take a jump; I decided to blog.
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