Flying by the Seat of My Pants

Flying by the Seat of My Pants

By Marsha Marks

Waterbrook Press, Paperback, 9781578566990, 160pp.

Publication Date: May 17, 2005

Take a look at life from behind the beverage cart.
They asked me to be groomed, be kind, and show up on time; it was too much pressure.
It was like being a waitress, only I was hurtling through space and wound up in Paris.
I thought it would be funny to climb into the overhead bin. How did I know the President of the United States would be on the flight that day?
Where flight attendant Marsha Marks goes, funny things happen, and she tells them all in this hilarious and insightful chronicle of her career as a naive flight attendant and a struggling author. From missed flights to missing uniforms, miracle babies to indecipherable southern accents, "Flying by the Seat of My Pants" is a laugh-out-loud reminder of what is important and what keeps us steady through the turbulence of life.

About the Author
Marsha Marks is a popular speaker and author known for her ability to blend humor with spiritual insights." "She is the author of "101 Amazing Things about God" and a former contributing editor to "Campus Life." Her articles and stories have appeared in such publications as "Writer's Digest, Eternity, Moody Monthly "and "The" "Christian Reader," and she has appeared on numerous radio and television programs, including the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association's "Hour of Decision." Her column, "A Few Minutes with Marsha," appears weekly in the "Effingham Herald. "Marsha and her family make their home in Savannah, Georgia.