Lori Dorn, The TSA, and the Five Stages of Grief

I don’t fly very often–in fact, I think that I’ve been on three flights in the past 10 years. The last flight was a family trip to Orlando out of JFK in New York–and I can still recall how humorless our airport experience was.

“This doesn’t feel like the start of a family vacation,” I muttered to my husband as we waited in a stalled, somber security line surrounded by four marines holding guns and a half dozen TSA agents barking commands to the crowd. “This feels like we’re crossing through a military checkpoint–it’s kind of creepy.”

Worse than creepy, however, was Lori Dorn’s recent TSA experience.

[Read the rest of Andrea Schwalm’s connections between air travel and grief on GeekMom!]