Denver airport has a shuttle that transports you to three different sections within close distance to your terminal/boarding gate. The shuttle plays these short, quirky musical clips followed by a generously animated description of where you are, and where to next location, all when arriving and leaving every stop.
I guess those in human resources at Denver International insisted these bubbly greetings would have a positive affect on the commonly stressed traveler. Well, it worked.
To add to this special musical service, Denver airport is flooded with guides wearing tan vests and cowboy hats ready at the hint of confusion or concern to help and "guide" travelers.
Scratching his head in confusion, a traveler looks east and west at the intersection of the north entrance of the food court. An airport guide senses concern and pokes his head around the corner asking, "Can I help you?" Boldly, the distressed traveler states, "bathroom!" The airport guide smiles and speaks a healthily trained description of the quickest and most direct route to the nearest lavatory within sight. Said traveler then writes about it in a blog.
YWAM is so great. I've been learning a lot, in the classroom setting, in the community, and just being alone with God.
I've also learned tuxedo rentals almost always look bad, no matter what kind of upgrade you may be willing to pay an extra ten dollars for. A penguin at a formal dinner party...