When I travel I prefer the window seat if it is a flight of about 4 hours or less. That way once I am settled, I can just stay put. I usually have a book or my kindle along and I lose myself in a book, or i have my notebook and I am happily writing away. It is nice to be able to look out the window and see the clouds—or the sights below when we can see them. I will say that sometimes I do prefer the aisle seat so that I can get up and out as soon as possible when we land.
Right after 9/11, when I flew I became aisle-insistent. I wanted to be able to keep an eye on what was going on. It took a lot of years to move beyond that feeling. Sometimes, quite frankly, I still feel that way. I don’t have to choose until I get on the plane, because I generally fly Southwest. It’s open seating—I really do like that and I love that airline.
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