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Everyone seems to have a passion in life.
For my father, it's hunting. My wife is desperately in love with the TV show Lost (http://abc.go.com/primetime/lost/index?pn=index). My 3 year old son is addicted to "choo-choos (http://brio.knex.com/customer/home.php?cat=375)." As for me, I tend to fluctuate between my interests. At times, I share choo-choo fever with my son. Other times, my green thumb kicks in and I'll spend hours on end working in the yard. Of course, I love gadgets and technology, but every few months I get tired of it and go back to basics.
But, I recently came to realize that my passion is flying. I would love nothing more than to have my own plane (http://www.newpiper.com/aircraft/meridian/) and be able to take off anytime and go anywhere (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Martin). Granted, I have personally never piloted a plane, nor do I have millions of dollars of disposable income to afford my own plane. But if I could, I would quit my job in a heartbeat (the job I love, by the way) to go to flight school (http://www.aviation.ou.edu/about.html), get my commercial pilot's license, and start my own charter service (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wings_(TV_series)) in the Caribbean or Gulf Coast. So, if any of you have a large amount of cash to donate to my cause, I'll gladly accept it.
Monday, January 28, 2008
- Moore, Oklahoma, United States
- I work at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center as a Simulation Technician for the College of Medicine's Clinical Skills and Simulation Center. I also blog in Ink, using OneNote, SnagIt, and Sumocat's Build52 when I need to add some links to ink.