Now that’s a tape job

My dear wife Karen’s flight with friend Georgia to Florida was delayed, she told me in a text.

There was a problem with an overhead bin, they and the other passengers had been told, and they could not pull down the runway until a maintenance worker took care of the situation. The hatch couldn’t flap around like that.

She pictured big tools making sure the door closed tightly.

You don’t say.

Nope.

It wasn’t even duct tape, I pointed out in my return text.

No kidding.

“Funny bad,” is how my wife explained that leg of the trip.

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