“What flight?” Georgie dropped her purse on the table as she cradled the phone tighter to her ear. The toneless airline representative repeated the information to her again.
“I think you must have the wrong person. I haven’t flown in months, certainly not to Las Vegas.” Georgie fiddled with the cord, once more annoyed at her husband’s insistence on this retro monstrosity. “Are you certain it was G. Connors on the ticket?”
She listened as the service rep flipped through her print out.
“Oh, my apologies Mrs. Connors. It’s not a ‘G’, it’s a ‘Q’.”
Georgie felt her stomach drop. ‘Q’? As in her husband, Quincy. Her fingers tightened on the receiver.
“What date did you say that flight was again?”
This week at Trifecta the word was flight: 3a : a trip made by or in an airplane or spacecraft b : a scheduled airplane trip