After a brief but pleasant business trip to Cleveland (it rocks!) which included terrific accommodations at the Hyatt Regency at the Arcade and a wonderful dinner at Morton's Steakhouse, my fellow passengers and I surely consider ourselves lucky to be home! I can't say for sure, but I imagine we were probably one of the last flights to get in due to our late season blast of winter.
Once we landed, I counted at least 15 planes lined up waiting to take off. After waiting on the taxiway for about a half hour as another plane was delayed from being pushed back from our gate, none of the planes had moved. Ugh. Nothing like being stranded on a plane trying to take off.
Once back in the terminal, the arrival/departure board was filled with "Delayed" and "Cancelled" alerts. Later, on my drive back home, the news reported that the airport was filled with stranded passengers and that workers were handing out blankets, pillows, and bottled water.
Not that I didn't like Cleveland, but I'm sure glad to have gotten out of there while I did!