Monday, October 25, 2010

Family First ...

The past 3 months have been hard for me because I have been helping my parents, who both need in-home care or assisted living. But, as other have shared with me, many seniors don't want to exersise anything that challenges their independence.

October gave a few great flying days, but most of them tied up with tasks.

3 comments:

Jason said...

David!

My friend, my friend! Your story rocks! I'm very glad I can be apart of it!

I'm going to be following this for sure!

Jason
http://m0a.com

Michael said...

Hi David!

The yahoo account listed came back to me...

My name is Michael or Mike whichever you prefer and we have never been formally introduced but I found your aviation blog last spring and I love reading your posts. Are you still flying? You have not posted anything since October. Anyway, I'm just looking to connect with people that love to fly. I started in early 1995 when I was a senior in high school and flew through Sept 9th 2001. I have my private, instrument and was about 2 weeks away from my commercial checkride when 9/11 happened with about 20 hours of flight time in a Learjet 60 Level D simulator at Flight Safety in Tucson.

I was also interested in any people that you know who fly...and what sources they used to fund it. I've read a lot of information about grants and scholarships (most less than $3,000) and am researching other areas.

I hope you are well!

Sincerely,

Michael Chasan
Gilbert, AZ
av8r602@hotmail.com

JetAviator7 said...

It is important to help our parents. So many young people get busy with their lives and forget their parents.

Best luck!

JetAviator7

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