Nostalgia During An Ordinary Chore

“When I was a kid in Queens, I used to live within walking distance of La Guardia Airport,” Mark told Gemma, “And my father always worked at J.F.K., so an airport for me is like a time machine.”

 

He then went on to explain to her about all the gift and coffee shops in airports, the famous people they could see, and all the other advantages to that environment.

 

Eventually, she said, “Oh my my! Other women’s husbands just go to an airport, pick up visiting kin, and leave.  Mine turns it into a multi~media spectacular.”

 

 

Welcome back to ROCHELLE’S  Friday Fictioneers.  This week she’ also even supplied the picture.

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25 thoughts on “Nostalgia During An Ordinary Chore

  1. Dale says:

    I’d much rather a Mark who waxes poetic about airports than one who whines and complains about the wait times and other negative aspects of an airport.
    I enjoyed this one, Larry.

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