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Well, I can't really speak for the previous 14...

2010-09-21T19:24:12.265-04:00

Well, I can't really speak for the previous 14 comments...ahem...but I too am pround to call myself a snappy little private plane!
Very nice story, very nice.
Lisa




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Thanks for sharing this gem. Great post!

2010-08-12T09:45:24.652-04:00

Thanks for sharing this gem. Great post!



Living has very little to do with time. I year of ...

2010-08-11T16:40:17.964-04:00

Living has very little to do with time.
I year of living, twenty times over, is still only one year of living.
It's not what you have...it's what you do with it!



As a former pilot I'd say that we, at the mid-...

2010-08-09T14:34:13.005-04:00

As a former pilot I'd say that we, at the mid-point of our lives, are living at "optimal climb". That's to say the point where a plane is climbing and gaining altitude, but at it's most efficient, given the plane's design characteristics and its energy (fuel) use. It's a case of not wasting resources, whatever they may be, and knowing what we want in our lives.

BTW, I love your blog, Dominique, and it's the only one I read regularly, given I live in a remote part of Chile with a VERY slow internet connection. I don't have time to read others!

Cheers!



I'd definitely want to navigate a snappy littl...

2010-08-09T03:14:39.203-04:00

I'd definitely want to navigate a snappy little private plane than a jumbo jet. You found the right note of acceptance. Anyway, don't you hate flights which circle around long, long runways before taking off. They always make me sick.



I am here via The Everyday Goddess. Congratulation...

2010-08-08T15:34:02.761-04:00

I am here via The Everyday Goddess. Congratulations on winning her POTW award.

This is wisdom, pure and simple, and so inspirational. Thank you for posting it, and thank you too, Goddess, for pointing the way here.



Loved Dominque's "enjoy the ride" pi...

2010-08-08T12:51:07.319-04:00

Loved Dominque's "enjoy the ride" piece. Love the snappy little private plane image. Only thing I missed: the evolved form of these snappy little private planes--it seems, if one looks closely, each of those snappy little private plans have wings that are more accurately beautiful, angel-winged hands that reach out to hold the winged-hand of another snappy little private plane. Together we glide, together we exchange our fuel of love and wisdom and insight and play. Together we make arches of beauty and mischief. Together we clear the air of tension and grief. Together we soar where no snappy little private plane could ever go alone. A charm of archangel aviators purifying the past and seeding the ground below with a reflection of its beauty. But perhaps that's too easy to miss while rattling along in a jumbo jet. Maybe not, maybe there is wisdom being realized right there in those crammed seated excursions. After all, it's everywhere.



Little does that gal know about the pleasures of a...

2010-08-08T01:29:56.738-04:00

Little does that gal know about the pleasures of aging. I'm 69 and the past 10 or 15 years have been full of adventure, growth and yes, slowing down is part of the delight. Just finished writing a musical play on aging titled A New Wrinkle. It's about time for a new cultural view of aging, one that is more accurate and uplifted, reflecting the real depth and fulfillment of this phase of life.



My favorite line in your post is "Passengers ...

2010-08-07T12:52:30.512-04:00

My favorite line in your post is "Passengers board by invitation only. We're traveling light, nimble and fast." This is great reading. Written by a strong and healthy person.
Congrats on your POTW on the Goddess' blog.



Even our grown children are rarely invited onto ou...

2010-08-07T12:13:16.597-04:00

Even our grown children are rarely invited onto our private jet. :-)

Sorry kiddos.

Di



I love how you turned this around, so inspiring! ...

2010-08-07T10:58:02.911-04:00

I love how you turned this around, so inspiring!

I gave you one of my weekly awards which you can collect if you like, whenever you like.



Bravo Dominique, greatest post ever, and it is &qu...

2010-08-06T18:48:19.580-04:00

Bravo Dominique, greatest post ever, and it is "The Only Way To Fly". Hugs



Hi Dominique, Like you, I mulled over this indivi...

2010-08-06T17:25:43.875-04:00

Hi Dominique,
Like you, I mulled over this individual's comment and wondered why it both irritated and amused me.
Surviving a chronic ailment which almost killed me, I find myself trying in part to understand 'Why, why am I still here?' The runway was much, much shorter than expected - in fact it ran out years ago!
With the support of loving family and friends, dedicated medical professionals, I've endured for much longer than I ever expected. Accepting that I would live has been curiously difficult and a cause of much soul searching. 'Learning to Glide' is an apt metaphor for my current existence. What does the future holds for me? A marvelous adventure I hope!



Dominique, I suggest you hop in an F16 and take o...

2010-08-06T16:34:03.593-04:00

Dominique,

I suggest you hop in an F16 and take off from a carrier deck and go blow up her long runway.



Bravo, Dominique! Standing ovation!!! Interesting ...

2010-08-06T14:15:28.238-04:00

Bravo, Dominique! Standing ovation!!!
Interesting comments - it all makes for a great conversation.



Yours is one of my favorite blogs in my reader. I ...

2010-08-06T12:47:00.682-04:00

Yours is one of my favorite blogs in my reader. I find that many of the "younger" bloggers put less care and thought into crafting their posts - even the young writers.
I'd trade you a few years for wisdom!



You hardly need another comment, but who can resis...

2010-08-06T10:52:03.605-04:00

You hardly need another comment, but who can resist thanking you for the metaphor and the reminder that runways are made for journeys and no one is better equipped for them than those with a lot of stickers on their luggage. Short or long, it's the attitude of the pilot that matters and we've finally learned to keep a steady hand on whatever controls we're allowed.

I loved this piece.