Can still do a back tuck.
And, I think she wears the same size jeans that I did when I was in sixth grade.
The last thing I needed was for her to see me fall asleep on a plane: bent neck, mouth wide open and the occasional bobbing head.
I sat straight up in my seat, set Mike Ryan up in my earbuds and found something to read.
I'm glad I did.
I read the Southwest magazine and found a like-minded writer who says it better than I. Inside was an article that confirmed something I've believed for a long time:
The downfall of the
latest generation is
the misconception that
Below, I invite you to read more of the article that kept me awake when my body needed sleep. It is written by Heidi Stevens, a columnist at the Chicago Tribune and the author of Balancing Act.
The story begins on page 62 and is one of the most well-written pieces I've read in some time.
Let me know - do you agree?