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Cyranny’s quickie!

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Do you enjoy flying?

 

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    1. I totally get it, although I love flying, myself. I have friends that are afraid of getting on a plane, but still do it (with a little medecine help, sometimes) to keep traveling. I guess it is the price to pay, until someone invents a teleporter 😛

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      1. I used to use medical assistance to be brave enough to put my tush on a plane. Especially for intercontinental flights which can take a full lifetime sometimes. Now, I can do it unmedicated, but those little hopper flights can disappear off the face of the earth 490x over – the ones where some genius says “for a small fee I’ll take my crop duster up with 50 of you and bounce my way to where you all want to go.” I don’t care if that crop-duster has a major airline name on it… You can’t take a plane that should hold no more than 3 people and stick chairs in it and call it a flight. IT IS NOT! It is cruel and unusual punishment.

        Little, bouncy planes are the devil’s work!

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    1. Hey there Larry 🙂 I hope you’re doing well! I think it is normal to experience a little anxiety, especially since you’re not a frequent flyer 😉

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    1. Long flights can get a little boring. I love flying, but I remember that our trip to Australia was especially tiring… There’s just so much you can do on an airplane, right? 😛

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      1. Exactly, which is why when I go to Colorado in May I am going to bring a book an audiobook that is about 10 hours in length because the flight is 9 1/2 hours

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    1. I must say, as much as I was shaken after 9/11, I never gave it a thought when I travelled afterwards. But I can totally understand how it would affect you. I’m glad you still enjoy the feeling anyway 🙂

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  1. No. I used to fly all the time for my job before I retired and I hated it…the whole getting to and from airports, delayed flights, missed connections, staying in hotel rooms, etc. I retired at the end of 2016 and haven’t set foot in an airport since then.

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