Airports make me cry.

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        Hi Gang:
            Today I took my friend to the airport as she had business in Florida for a week for her job. (tuff job huh? lol) I was soooo hoping she would find someone else to take her.  See, the reason I say that is airports always make me cry. Tears of Joy, tears of pain, I have them both, and they always leave me with a bittersweet feeling.



        As I look around I always seem to be able to see tears. Some of tears of joy. For example to see a member of the Armed Forces coming home after a long and trying time.  Their family holds him or her for the first time in many years.  Those are wonderful tears, and I cry myself to see it, even though I dont know the individual personally.  I can just feel their joy.

        Then there are the other tears.Tears of pain.  I see people saying goodbye. Goodbyes are hard, and I can tell it is not a happy time.  How long will they be gone? How long before these people will see eachother again I wonder. I've always hated sad goodbyes.  I can literally feel their pain become my own, and I stifle my tears back that I have for their situation.

        I personally have a sister in California who I dont nearly see enough.  I am always crying at the airport.  I cry with happiness when I see her get off the plane, and then I really cry when I have to say goodbye to her again when she leaves. lol  Never knowing when I will see her again is a tuff thing.


        Am I the only one who is so silly to cry at Airports?  ...


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        Funny, I just took a couple friends to the airport.  They are going to New Orleans out of this cold, rainy weather.  I just dump them at the door.  .  But I know what you mean.

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          I do understand what you mean Pam.

          Sad and glad times at airports always mean tears even if you don't know the person/people concerned.  I think it's hardest when you see little kids saying goodbye and getting teary eyed.

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          I never forget the time I saw a serviceman return home and his 8 year old son couldn't stop crying that his "Daddy" was home. I luckily had some tissue near me then..Whew!!

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