I am sitting at gate 71 and watching people as they walk by frantically searching for things, kids, restaurants or bathrooms. SO many people. i like to watch their faces and see what emotion they are feeling at the moment. obviously 90% of them are focused, mostly blank stares. except for the faces on the kids which are almost always glowing with excitement. as i write this i stopped to watch a little girl frolic down the walkway. her parents couldn't possibly walk fast enough to their gate. she can't wait to get on the plane. i understand that we as adults have much more to worry about when traveling and most of the time it is a troublesome necessity. i also like to pretend i know exactly what that persons life is like. mainly by the clothes they wear and how they interact with others. that lead me to think about how I appear to others by the way i look or interact with others. i am not the most patient person on the planet.... at all, in fact. especially when i am delayed due to somebody else's mistakes or incompetence. i actually go from calm to bomb in .5 seconds. my face shows it. my words say it. i want people to remember me as being a happy guy who was always smiling and didn't sweat the small stuff. kept his cool. made the best of each situation. this kind of reminds me of the movie Yes Man. where Jim Carrey's character decides to say YES to every question no matter what the consequences may be. not saying that we should all go do illegal or immoral things just because we were asked, but i think you get the idea. more of a "go with the flow" kind of attitude. it almost forces you to be less selfish. people might begin to think you are reliable and trustworthy. i am going to start using this word more often than it's opposite.