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Type rated on A330, B747-400, B747, B757, B767, B737, B727. International Airline Pilot / Author / Speaker. Dedicated to giving the gift of wings to anyone following their dreams. Supporting Aviation Safety through training, writing, and inspiration.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Monday Motivation: This is Your Life!




Thank you Alaska Airlines for the flight home from Austin last night. And with any luck I'll be able to catch a flight to ORD this morning. Backup plan SEA/DTW/ORD. That leaves a 30 minute connection in DTW. Backup to the backup plan, SEA/DTW/MKE. And then if DTW doesn't work, Airtran SEA/MKE in the afternoon. Who knows where in the world my journey will take me. But I do know, the adventure continues. With any luck, I'll end up at Oshkosh tonight.


Enjoy the Journey! I am.

XOX ~ Karlene

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  1. Karlene, glad you made it back to SEA. For some reason I thought you were headed to Osh via Austin. I hope that no matter where your connections take you, that you wind up in aviation haven safe and sound.

    Mickey, Minnie, and Elmo all sent their regards from Times Square last night. I will be going back again, this time having gone back into the closet to get my uniform. One has to stand out in that place ;-) it was a most fun evening for sure.

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    1. Oh... your evening sounded wonderful. And I'm thinking a uniform with that group is exactly what you need.

      Yes...needed to swing through Seattle to pack and sleep in my bed before I head on. Have a great day... life. I'm thinking you are!

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  2. Have a great time in Oshkosh. I hope it lives up to your expectations. You are a busy, busy lady! I love that 'This Is Your LIFE' poster. Thank you for posting that!!

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    1. Thank you so much Linda. Busy yes... but having fun!

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  3. Aren't you sched to CDG?

    Tim 8DME_W_ORD

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  4. Enjoy Oshkosh, Karlene! Journeys are awesome. Mine took me from Berlin via Copenhagen and back to Norway and Oslo on Saturday for the Bruce Springsteen concert. 40 000 people at the concert. That's 0.8% of Norway's population. It's all about the perspective ;-) Have a great week!

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    1. Oh wow... you had a great journey. Okay... I am so jealous. I want to go to Bruce Springsteen. Next time he's in town, let me know and I'll come with you. 40,000 people. Amazing! So glad you had a great time.

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  5. Sometimes I have trouble catching my breath when I read about your schedule. I love travel, but I don't think I'd do well trying to keep up with you. Remember, if you ever have a couple of hours layover at DFW, let me know and I'll meet you for coffee.

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    1. I'm trying to catch my breath too. I will definitely let you know. Coffee is exactly what I need. :)

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  6. Karlene san!!!
    Thank you so much for sharing an inspiring posters,and a photos.After reading your blog,I am so inspired ,and I do agree this message on poster.
    I am working on the road which every pilots passed,and I am enjoying journey as well.
    warm regards,
    Jun

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    1. Thank you for the nice comment Jun. You are working on a wonderful journey and your road is a one way street to success because you care. And you have passion. Keep up the great work!

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    2. Thank you so much for the kind words,and reading poor english, Karlene san. I mistype working.Supposed to be walking.not working.hahaha!
      Have a great Journey!!
      Jun

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    3. Oh, this is funny, because I was thinking walking...but then really flying. You are soaring on the airway to success. Your English is improving so much. Have a wonderful day. And drop by tomorrow. :)

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