HELP!” A female voice pierced the atmosphere. A shout. A massive shout!
My eyes and head immediately looked up and to my right. Then, a furious hand clap followed, accompanied with another, “Help!”
A few people stood up. I noticed my heart beat quicken, followed by a brief rush of adrenaline. What is happening, what is going on.
Suddenly. A young lady bounded down the aisle. “I’m a doctor,” she confidently proclaimed.
I felt the collective inaudible sigh of relief from everyone else.
This isn’t what you want to be happening, in the middle of your transatlantic Virgin Airlines flight.
Apparently someone was having a seizure.
A lady on my right looked over.
“Exactly what you don’t want to hear in the middle of a flight,” she said, still obviously shaken up. I gave her a reassuring smile. You know, one of those, I’m here for you smiles. I think it helped.
“I know right” I replied.
Going through traumatic, tough experiences together accelerates bonding.
Ask the cast of Love Island.
So I’m glad I was there for her.
The woman who had the seizure was fine.
Everyone went back to sleeping, reading, drinking and eating.
Me. I wrote this, and pondered the main thought I had as the situation unfolded.
If I go to the next life now, that’s disappointing. There’s still more to experience, more to see, more to do, and more to give.
But I’m at peace. I go and see my maker.