I chose to have a layover because 1, Im cheap and 2, seemed simple enough. On the plane, I was given a snack.
(The Biscoff, whatever that is, was on the first flight, the pretzels on the second)
I was not impressed., so I headed to the food court and got a smoothie. It was soooo good and hit the spot.
Once I landed in Pittsburgh, I was starving but took a nap instead. You see, I was up at 430 AM to catch a 730 flight an hour away, so I slept. Then it was time for dinner. I had a steak (let me wipe the drool) with garlic mushrooms and onion stings. It looks like a mess, but it was so tasty.
It was so good but I was reaking of garlic for the rest of the night. Luckily, so did everyone else, so I was in good company. AND no vampires would come near to us ;)
With the steak, I had a side of asparagus. A side. What the menu didnt say was it was a side for 10 people. I ate plenty but it doesnt look like I even touched it. The sauce, which Im sure was filled with the not so good for you stuff, was great. I nearly licked it clean.
After dinner, we headed out, which Im sure I drank what calories I lost this week in running, but its ok. It was totally worth it.
When I landed back in Dallas, I whipped out my phone and brought up where I typed in where my car was parked. I tend to lose it often at Walmart so I was determined not to lose it at the airport. So sad, lost it anyway. After 30 minutes of going up and down isles, there it was. On the end. Where I left it.
All in all it was a good trip. The best part was picking the kiddos up from my moms, she took them to a football game, and seeing their faces light up when I walked in the room. Eyes lit up, squeals filled the room and one tiny girl clung on to my leg saying "Momma..Momma...Momma" as the boy slept despite the noise.