Sometimes the stress of flying can have a major effect on your body, mind, and soul, and cause you to make some not so great decisions when reacting with others around you. What may seem normal at the time becomes one of life's major regrets after the dust settles and your normal, more rational self returns. But even though the cooler version of yourself returns, they are still left to deal with the wreckage left behind.
While all of this was going down, Sandra's husband was near the front of the plane with their young son, having no idea what was happening to his wife and daughter several rows back. At some point during the flight, Sandra's husband and son walked to the rear restroom on the plane and decided to stop by and check on the other members of their family. Noticing the man sitting next to his young daughter and wife, Sandra's husband tried to be polite and strike up a friendly conversation.
"[My husband] had no idea what's going on, so he said 'hello' and 'sorry you got stuck sitting by a kid, that's the worst right?'"
The man responded with some rude comment that Sandra blocked from her memory. Sandra's husband didn't like that all that much.
"My husband is usually pretty chill, but I could see that he was alarmed," Sandra recalled. "He asked if we wanted to switch, and I said yes. So now instead of 5'5 skinny me, he had my 6'4 husband to sit with."
Sandra proceeded to take her husband's seat and attempt to the enjoy the rest of the flight, but she still could not get the man or his actions off her mind. She felt as if this man had done so much to her and her daughter over the preceding hours and she kept telling herself that she had to do something to get back at this man.
She had to get revenge, no matter how much it would cost.
END OF PART 3