Friday, May 8, 2009

I'm Back

Well I figure it is time for me to start my blogs again and no time like the present. Cameron and Keelie are both on the couch still asleep. Randy and I had a wonderful time on our trip to Hawaii. The flight at first was a little bit scary. You know Mom told me I had flown in a small plane when I was small, but Uncle Hank was at the controlls at that time. I had flown one Sat. afternoon with Jana, Jason and Cameron with Bill Walters (Jana and Dena's boss) at the controll so I knew a little bit of what to expect. But!!! We got on a small plane in Ft. Smith and flew to Dallas. Randy had told me it was going to be a little rough. We got in there and buckled up and it was cloudy and rainey, we got on the plane and I tried to be tuff really I did but, I was thinking to myself get me down from here. The plane was a little rough, it was like riding on the highway in a car with no shocks. Or that is what it seemed like to me. lol But after we got on the 737 in Dallas and flew to LA it was a smooth easy flight I though hey this is not so bad. Randy let me set by the window and it was clear enough that I could see the ground below at 35,000 feet. It was beautiful. Got to LA and the flight to Honolulu was equally as good. It was just a little bit scarey thinking, I am flying 3500 miles over water at 800 to 900 miles per hour 38,000 feet in the air. But as we took off at every airport I reminded God that he was the wind beneath or the wind above my wings. I then was able to set back and relax and enjoyed the flights there and back. We had a great time. This picture is taken from the window in the plane before we landed in Hawaii. The dark at the bottom is the wing, the layering is wing, clouds, clear sky and clouds again. I think this is an awesome view of Gods handy work. More about our days in Waikiki beach next time. God is good.

1 comment:

  1. I know this was awewsome .... I would love to go to Hawaii some day.... 07 was the first time i flew on a comercial plane... it was awesome.... i don;t see how those thing stay in the air..