Mike and I made the arduous nine minute flight to Welland from St. Catharines last week. Our Recreational Aircraft Association group (RAA) joined up with Canadian Owners and Pilots Association (COPA) for our monthly meeting. I like to call the group COPRAA. We usually meet during June – September at the Welland Airport for a social gathering and BBQ. Our membership is declining, as is COPA’s, so we thought it would be nice to bring the two groups together during the summer months. It was a great night – awesome food and lots of folks. I think Mike and I are the only ones that flew in. We just stayed about an hour as we tried to get back to St. Catharines before they closed up the hangar. After a yummola burger, sides then dessert, we headed back:
We didn’t make it back in time to put little Vyctor away in the Hangar overnight, so we tied him up outside:
Right before the flight, I thought I lost little Donkay again. Man, someone is seriously going to call FADS (Family and Donkey Services) on me! Fortunately, Donkay was located the next day.
I really need to start being more careful with the little dude. Speaking of little, check out these adorable chicks:
Pinky is actually starting to grow fur!
She has been running around the apartment yelling “Fear the fuzzy! Fear it!”
The other night, I tried to give Mike one of my tuna and cracker snacks to take to work the next day. I put it in his bag before he left. He thought he was so smart when he took it out and snuck it onto my counter. Revenge is sweet! Without him knowing, I went over to his apartment and returned the tuna. I first took a pic of his doorknob and texted it to him once I was in the elevator. He came out to see this:
Those are Lifesavers, a cheese slice, gum, peanut butter and of course, the tuna snack. Who’s the ninja now???
Here’s a challenge for today. Comment on this post and let me know what you think this is:
Today’s symptoms: Felt pretty drained again today. Yesterday was really bad though – I ended up laying down just after lunch and slept for over an hour and a half. The poopy part was that when I woke up, I didn’t feel any better at all. Thankfully it’s not as bad today and tomorrow (I hope!) will be even better! I have to go to Hamilton to give a couple of presentations, so I really need to feel good for that. Had quite a bit of crushing pain in my hands over the last few days, and my legs really went into spasms when I walked. Paws crossed that’s better tomorrow as well.