next to the giant screen in the lobby
Then we went through security (the pink women only line), shopped for a few souvenirs to take home, waited and got on the plane to go home. While waiting we met a young women who had been in China working at one of the orphanages started by Steven Curtis Chapman.
The flight was long and relatively uneventful... sat next to a nice kid who teaches English in Thailand, ate some mediocre (at best) food, watched a few movies (The Zookeeper's Wife was excellent), and dozed off and on.
We took off at 4pm and landed at noon the same day in Seattle.
In order to help ward off jet lag, I stayed awake the rest of my second Thurday, July 20th by unpacking and doing laundry. Oh, and Chris took me out for supper. It was good to be home!