I had an early morning flight, 5:55 am to be exact. I booked it because it was cheaper. TSA didn’t open up until 5:00 am, it was a Sunday so with my calculations I knew I’d make my flight…ON TIME.
I fly out of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport enough to know the time I need to arrive. This day I was totally wrong. I’d arrive to a super busy airport. Sunday was like Monday morning. Security checkpoint was horrific. I started to panic. Sweating because as the clock ticked so did my chances of making my flight. I talked to an employee, nothing. And in a very desperate move I asked a few people if I could cut as my gate was going to close in five minutes. Most everyone did without hesitation. In all
I skipped at least forty people total. Finally got through after 40-minutes and had to make a mad dash down the entire concourse in flip flops with a heavy duffle and huge cross-body purse. It was like running the 200M with an extra 20 pounds, in flip flops. I got winded 3/4 of the way down and had to speed walk. With each breath more panic set in. I started running again got to the gate and folks were loading their bags at airplane door. OMG! I made it. And just like that God made a way by way of delay for me to make the flight. Such is life, little mishaps, delays, slight change of course, calculations off a bit but the reality is you’re right…ON TIME.
Quote: “Life is all about timing…the unreachable becomes reachable. The unavailable becomes available, the unattainable…attainable. Have the patience, wait it out it’s all about timing.” Stacey Charter
Tip: Trust God with your life. Everything is his perfect will for you. Even the delays work out in your favor. You are right where you are supposed to be.