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Creating Memories at the Airport #ConnectingFlights

Have you had a chance to see the new Sears Connecting Flights video yet? I had a chance to see it and thought it was so cute! It’s not only short and sweet, but also very relative. Basically, a man and woman meet at an airport and have an instant connection. They fall for each other and fall hard…and there’s some Sears appliances involved! You will have to watch it to see what I mean!  Though I’ve never fallen in love with someone I met at an airport, I have spent many hours in airports this past year and some pretty interesting experiences!

Check out the Sears Connecting Flight video below and let me know what you think!

I’ve travelled a few times this year both for my blog and for leisure. The last trip we took was to Las Vegas for my cousin’s wedding. I knew that my extended family would be going and we actually bumped my cousin when we landed in Vegas. It turned out her and her husband were on the same flight as us from Toronto. However, on the way back home, there was a huge group of us waiting for our flight at the airport. We were all going back home on the same flight and took up a few rows of seating at the gate waiting to board. Seriously it was like a huge family reunion of Canadians. It was so nice to be able to see everyone again and actually, it was one of the best parts of the trip! Strange right?

We flew back to Canada on the red-eye and went our separate ways when we landed in Toronto. I was sad to say goodbye because I don’t get to see them that often. So I just wanted to say that magic can happen at the airport just like in the Sears Connecting Flights video.  I’m sure we all have our very own memorable airport tale to tell. Mine is one moment in time that I will always cherish.

This is a sponsored post. I am a Sears blogger, though all opinions are my own.

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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