So, I’m bored and apparently that’s why I started this blog. So in theory I should have lots more post. I’ll do a quick picture catch up to show you where I’ve been and what I’ve been doing.
My 87 year old, fire cracker Grandmother came to Baltimore with my Brother. We drove up to Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania.
I went to something called Memphis in May. I found the second largest BBQ cook off going on. Due to lack of food handling permits by the contestants you can only eat the food if you are a guest of the contestant. I was lucky to make friends with some people from Charlotte who invited me in for free BBQ and beer!
Work has been continuing on our house. It’s been so much work, it’s crazy. We finally moved in but it hasn’t been easy.
It realy sucked not having countertops when we moved in. My husband did an amazing job on the hallway bathroom. Of course we don’t have pics 😦
We matched the original hardwood floors, sanded, and then restained them to match. This really sucked.
I entered in some crazy diet contest. I took 13 place overall out of around 3500 entries. My life became focused on Protein and exercise.
This is me cooking eggs on the road, and yes I hauled a frying pan and mini burner with me as I traveled. There was some serious dedication that went on.
And of course I’ve been doing a little bit of flying. The best part of my job is flying to all these amazing small cities out West. Even if that means waking up at 2 am to do it. After living on the East Coast for more than 16 years.,you loose perspective about how big the world is. I love the fact I can run 20 minutes outside of downtown Boise and be so isolated from everyone. You can breath and take it all in. Out west is God’s country!
I’m really falling in love with Montana and Idaho. I feel so at home when I’m there!
My grandfather was born and raised in Idaho, I’ve always had a special place in my heart for Boise. Man do I love running the mountain trails here!
Another ridiculous beautiful day in Montana! I saw two Rainbow trout get caught bare handed by some kids. Did I mention my Mountain Bike rental was free that day too!
Last week was the Delta Fair (like Mississippi Delta). Which was conveniently down the street from my crashpad!
Now, I have wanted a pet goat FOREVER. I almost want one more than I want a dog or a baby. But sometimes you have to make sacrifices for your job and apparently mine was to give up having a pet. Had I known that I couldn’t ever have a dog or a pet goat with this job, I would have never in a million years become a pilot. These are things, kids should be told before they decide they want to become a pilot. Do you notice how much these goats love me in the picture!
I also learned at the Delta Fair that you shouldn’t volunteer for the Wheel of Death, unless you have good health insurance. I saw another kid that was 8 years old throw knifes at his 6 year old sister during an act. I’m not sure where child protective services was but then I realized I was on the Tennessee/Mississippi border and that this is probably normal.
I really wanted to ride the Ferris wheel. I was really looking forward to that alone time at the top where I could take the views and breath some fresh air. Seeming how it was noon on a Tuesday (school day) and no one was there it was looking good. As I sat down in the Ferris wheel some dude that worked their sat down with me. What the HECK!?!?
Uh so trying to be nice and make things less akward I said hello, and asked him what the best ride at the fair was? He didn’t answer back, I think he didn’t speak English. I wonder if maybe the fair has a policy that single riders that look pathetically alone at a fair are required to have a chaperone. You know just in case that lonely person decides to jump or something. So here is picture at the top.
I actually took lots of pictures up here. Because it was really weird sitting on an totally empty Ferriswheel with some strange guy that works there, that doesn’t speak English, that was suppose to be my chaperon because I looked totally pathetic at a fair by myself. Yeah it was that awkward and that pathetic. Oh well, did I mention being a pilot is a great job. A lot of alone time.
In closing I’m going to promise to be less bored and put the crafting blogging thingy to use!
Can I hear an AMEN!