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"If I'm what I have, and if I lose everything I've, who then am I?" Erich Fromm I believe I have always believed in destiny, and the ideology that 'everything happens for a reason.' However, attempting to rationalise the 'motive' for the events during and following January 2011, caused me to struggle with this concept, and if there is a 'reason,' it'd better be a good one. Samantha was due to get married in Looe, Cornwall on 11th January 2011; we decided to surprise her by arranging earlier than planned flights to the UK, so we'd arrive on her doorstep on Christmas Day. I don't know why we thought travelling so close to Christmas would be great idea. I believe we, I became carried away with all the amorous, chick lit notions of everything. My ideal eyesight was of Samantha, whose family lived on the other side of earth, calling the door on Christmas morning to find them standing there, only when she thought she would spend another Christmas overlooking them, etc.. Well, I guess I see a lot of girlie films and read a lot of romantic fiction books. The travel was turned off to a shaky start when we missed our connecting flight in Sydney. Our flight from Brisbane to Sydney was delayed by a thunderstorm. When we eventually arrived at Sydney, we needed to make a frenzied run from the domestic arrivals terminal to the international departure terminal. With Nigel and Phillip in lead positions, and Jaime and I bringing up the rear, we were determined that we would catch our Malaysia airlines flight to London Heathrow, if we just kept running. At the time , we thought how lucky we were that we did not have to collect our luggage following the Brisbane domestic trip, or we certainly wouldn't have forced it to global departures on time. .