When we got to the head of the boarding line, imagine my surprise to find myself upgraded to First Class. Maybe that's what caused the problems with the check-in. Unfortunately, Judy didn't get an upgrade, and she refused to take the First Class seat in spite of all my pleading. So I got all the attention and the nice hot chocolate cookie. It was a smooth flight, and other than having to drive home during the evening rush, I don't have any complaints. I'm glad to be back in my little cave, and I should recover from the rigors of travel in a day or so.