After that we watched my final movie in my (first time viewing movie marathon). He's Just Not That Into You. This has a slew of big named stars and it was a nice ending to my marathon. I love romantic comedies and what was even better is the main character (or seemed to be the main character) was Gennifer Goodwin who plays Snow White on my favorite TV show Once Upon A Time. So it was great to see her and she is so adorable. A very sweet movie.
After the movie Chris and I had a light lunch and then jumped on Minecraft. We played a few hours but for my final hour I just wanted to sit on the couch and hang with Chris, which is exactly what we did.
The time had finally come. My time here in Montana had come to an end. It was time to go home and get back to my life. I figured I'd be more emotional about leaving but I only teared up a bit on the drive to the airport but when we got to the airport and Chris got out of the car and came over to me and gave me one final hug I lost it and sobbed into his shoulder.
The plane flight was uneventful, we landed in Salt Lake City an hour and 15 minutes later. I made my way to my connection flight which wasn't difficult at all. Delta had people all over the place directing folks to their connection flight. I made it to the gate and had a 45 minute layover.
Once again I was on the same small plane that held 50 but this time the plane was packed. This flight went from Salt Lake City Utah to Burbank California. Once again it was an uneventful flight. I watched some Star Trek TNG to occupy my time. This flight was a bit longer then the last, about an hour and 25 minutes.
I got to Burbank (first time flying into that airport, so much better then LAX). I waited about 15 minutes for my bad and then made my way outside to meet up with my buddy Will, who was kind enough to pick me up from the airport.
It was about 9:30pm so we went to a local Denny's to grab a late dinner before heading back to my place. It was good to be home.. the air in the house was a bit stale from being closed up for over two weeks. Will and I hung out and chatted for another few hours. He wound up staying the night and I think we went to bed somewhere close to 2am...
It was great because I needed a friend and couldn't ask for a better one. I was extremely sad about leaving Chris in Montana, not only because I won't see him on a regular bases but I know how unhappy he is living there now... it's hard for me to see my friends sad, but luckily it won't be forever.
Now it's time to get some sleep and get back up to speed on my life here in California.
I plan to blog about my over all experience in Montana in the next few days.. so stay tuned for that.