This happened to me this summer, in Corfu Greece. Luckily it is a small airport, and the airport staff was very understanding, so I left husband and kids with the strange suitcase at the belt, and ran out to see if I could find anyone with a suitcase belonging to me. And luckily I did, after just a minute or two, lined up in the taxi line.
At first the girl with my suitcase claimed the suitcased she held was hers, but when I asked if her name was what the tag said, she realized she had done a huge mistake. She probably understood how big her mistake was, when I told her I had spent enough time on the airport because of her, and that I had no intention on spending a minute more helping her out getting hers. Oh my, sometimes I can be so rude, but honestly - at least she could had apologized, but all she was interested in was why I hadn't brought her suitcase out. Hello, I'm not stupid - what if she had drugs in it, and I had been stopped at the customs? No, there was a reason why I didn't bring her bag.
Anyway - when we came home I saw this bright pink tag in a shop, and I bought it immidiately.
|Patterned papers: Pink Paisley. Badges: ScrapButtons. Alpha: AC. |
Wood Veeners: Studio Calicio. Large tag, pucinella, handbag Brads & chipboard: unknown
This layout is my example for team B's reveal for the November sketch at Once Upon A Sketch. This month's theme is "Anything Goes" and here is the lovely sketch which goes with the theme:
Please head over to the OUAS blog to see the rest of the DTs lovely creations, visit our sponsors which have amazing prizes for you, and to play along!
Finally, tell me: have you ever lost your luggage?