Let's not forget to check the departing visitor for stolen or mistakenly packed items in their baggage and also hire a weight lifter to help pick those bags up and load them into the trunk. On arrival make sure to park as far away from the airport as common sense, security and economy allows so that we can get in a years worth of exercise carrying those overstuffed bags the 20 miles or so to the terminal. Oh yes, after a cavity search, we can wait in the terminal/disaster station with our departing guest making polite conversation with the carpet as our departing visitor cell phones everyone they ever knew telling them their iteniary. If the flight is delayed by sneaker wearing morons with smelly socks that cause the fast food worker come security specialist to cancel baording; we can ffer to empty our few miserable dollars into a cash register and buy one of those wonderful lunches at an airport concession and marvel at how anyone can make food that badly. Unfortunately the glowing warmth of memoriries our visitor may take with them may include their erstwhile host departing quickly after 2 hours or more to sprint the 20 miles back to the parking lot where the headlights are barely glowing as the battery does a last farewell and dies.