A few days ago, we talked about the reasons some people don't like to travel (and I was the, unfairly, the focus of this discussion).

First of all, it's not accurate that I don't like to travel.  I travel 3-4 times per year.  I've been lots of places --- Boston, Cape Cod, Montreal, Savannah, Charleston, Charlotte, San Francisco, Los Angeles, etc.  I know that's way more places than my friend Chris has been!

Here's the thing.  It's not that I don;t like to travel.  I just don't like to fly.  There's a big difference between the two.  So, we don;t I like to fly?  First, I don't like taking my shoes off in public.  Sorry TSA.  Second, I hate the tiny bathrooms on airplanes.  Third, I don't like being told what to do.  "Fasten your seatbelt."  "Please stay in your seat."  "No, sir.  You can't sit in first class."  Rude!

And lastly, if we were meant to fly, we would be born with wings.  If you want to check out the Top 10 reasons people don't travel, according to Sensophy.com, click here.