The Chief Cabin Attendant said, At this point in time please switch to Aeroplane Mode.
It was all good so I did.
He explained, At the end of the day it’s a matter of passenger safety.
Although it was morning here in Melbourne, it would certainly be the end of the day somewhere.
By evening, the Officer would be correct.
But the end of the day would be a quite different point in time. At the present time, I asked, should I switch off Aeroplane Mode?
It is what it is, he replied.
I thought about that. The ology appeared taut. I told the Officer I’d stick with Aeroplane Mode.
Awesome, he said. It’s all good, he said.
I thought about Coronavirus. I thought about Syria. I thought about drought and bushfires.
I decided to stop thinking.
I looked forward to the end of the day. At that point in time it would be bedtime.