Today is Tuesday What's In the News Day at my blog.
Good news: Wonderful long weekend with my cousins, first-cousins-once-and-twice-removed and sole surviving uncle and his wife in Louisville, Kentucky.
Bad news: The flight home was cancelled.
Good news: The Delta employee at the ticket desk worked out an alternative route home.
Bad news: We had to fly from Louisville to Atlanta to Salt Lake City to Boise.
Good news: That's a heck of a lot of Delta sky miles.
Bad news: THERE WAS TURBULENCE ALMOST THE WHOLE TIME ON THE ATLANTA TO SALT LAKE CITY THREE HOUR FLIGHT.
Good news: New kind of puzzle for me (Kenken) in the Delta Sky magazine provided pleasant distraction from turbulence nausea.
Bad news: Got very frustrated with the more difficult of the two Kenken puzzles and erased it twice, while nauseated from turbulence.
Good news: Choice of free in-flight movie offered. I chose "Hidden Figures," the true story of three women who overcame racial and gender hurdles in the early sixties to make their marks in the NASA program that put John Glenn in orbit.
Bad news: LONG SEGMENTS OF JOHN GLENN LOOKING LIKE HE'S FIXIN' TO HURL DURING A CRISIS IN THE NASA MISSION *COINCIDENT* WITH REAL-LIFE TURBULENCE IN ATL-SLC FLITE.
Good news: The example of female math whizzes Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, and Mary Jackson persevering against all odds INSPIRES me to finish difficult Kenken puzzle before the movie is over.