"Life is not just a series of calculations and a sum total of statistics, it's about experience, it's about participation, it is something more complex and more interesting than what is obvious."
Last week I flew to China and was in internet lock-down. A challenge when you are attending school on line. I landed Friday morning, worked on my homework, and Saturday my husband and I drove to Bend to see the grandkids. The goal... pancakes and playtime at the park. 12 hours on the road with 18 hours there. Many wonder why the long drive for such a short visit. I say, better to go for a short time than not at all.
How do you place a time value on smiles?
Today I am flying to Hong Kong. I haven't been there since NWA 747 freighter days. I also feel a little behind on my reading for school, but an early wake up and marathon at the gym before I fly, and a full day in Hong Kong should catch me up on that.
About school... two weeks down and rolling into week three. I'm still here. :) Remember that drawing from the training manual where the student's head is open and the instructor is pouring information in? That's how I feel with statistics. Love it... but I wish I had more time! Human Factors...is awesome. So far, so good.
Now... Time to Fly. Enjoy your week! And make sure you drop by Wednesday, as there is an important question.
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Enjoy the journey!!