Well the Semester has landed, and so far, so good. Classes for this semester are actually going pretty well. Search for Faith ( Theology 100 level gen ed) is actually one of my better classes. I wasn’t very excited to take that class when I was signing up for classes, and it’s kind of a pleasant surprise. For my intro to Philosophy class, I also was not very excited to take it, and so far the class has just consisted of doing yoga. Philosophy was another class that I wasn’t too excited to take, but so far I really like it. I have done yoga in previous classes, and I didn’t like it much at all, but this professor (Dr. Miller) does a real good job instructing it. My body feels good afterwards and I feel relaxed. Beyond that, my other classes are going very well. I have been studying a lot for my Instrument Knowledge Exam, which is a $150 test. It’s pass/fail as far as the FAA is concerned, and I have to get at least a 70% but it really doesn’t look good to future employers is you don’t pass that.
Once again, I will end with the fun stuff, the flying! Instrument is going very well. I moved up to flying the Cessna SP models which are equipped with the Garmin G1000. I know that means a lot to most of you, but I essentially look at a computer screen now instead of analog gauges. I really miss looking outside when I go flying, actually a lot more than I though I would. So I am actually planning on going flying with my uncle (also a pilot) to either Kenosha or Benton Harbor, not really sure and we will have to see what weather permits. Anyway I am going to was my car in the beautiful weather that we are having right now on February 5th. I actually really want to go golfing!!!
Talk to you later