Browsing All posts tagged under »TSA«

The Cooler. The Jacket. The TSA.

September 13, 2013


There is only one way to end a perfect, blissful, stress-free vacation. And that is to create mayhem on the trip back. Logan Airport, Boston: Life in the Boomer Lane arrives via shuttle, after she and Now Husband have returned their rental car. Now Husband has two items, a small carry on and an empty […]

Travelling Light: No Suitcase and At Times, No Plane

September 12, 2012


Actual conversations held between 8/31/12 and 9/10/12 between an unnamed, not- famous-but-should-be blogger (LBL) and various representatives of airlines and airport security: 8/31/12 Frankfort, Germany LBL: Why have we been sitting at the gate for three hours? Lufthansa Rep: We are on strike. LBL: But I flew from DC to Frankfort. LR: We weren’t on strike […]

The Missing Body Parts of Women Over 50

December 30, 2011


(The following is the ninth in Life in the Boomer Lane’s new series, “Old Posts to Dredge out on Slow Weekends Because When I Posted Them Originally People Cared More About the Economy and World Peace Than My Blog.” Although nothing has changed, it’s the start of a really slow weekend, blogging-wise.) LBL’s tonsils have been gone […]

The Room You Never Want to Go Into

December 5, 2010


Life in the Boomer Lane seriously hates beating dead horses.  And she doesn’t know why anyone would want to do that anyway, but apparently there must have been a time in the past when people actually did beat dead horses, or the phrase never would have come into existence. Did they do it or fun on […]

The Lady Gaga Guide to Airport Security

November 12, 2010


Life in the Boomer Lane is about to leave for London.  Again.  Because her three kids all live at a distance (three different distances, to be precise), LBL now does a fair amount of traveling.  And, because LBL has enough metal in her body to build a washer/dryer, Airport Security is always a blast (Whoops, wrong […]


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