Does anyone else enjoy Mondays as much as me?
I love the start of the week; getting lots done on a Monday sets the tone for the rest of the week.
What did you get done today? #mondaymotivation#mondaymood#startoftheweek
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Thursday, September 10th, 2019
Here Is The Result Of Sitting On The Ground For Over An Hour, Waiting For Different Airlines To Pass Over, Landing At The Southwest Airstrip Of McCarran Airport, In Las Vegas.
The Positions Of Each Aircraft Are Exactly Where They Were When I Captured The Shot, Burst Mode In The Camera App Of My iPhone XS, Then I Simply Went Through And Removed The Bursts I Didn’t Need, Making Sure Each Shot I Chose Put Each Aircraft In Their Resulting Position Of The Shot, Only Removing The Surrounding Sky In Post, In Photoshop.
(Btw, the top center plane with the single red stripe, is supposedly the plane that transports employees of Area 51, to and from.)
In Frame : my 2018 Can Am Spyder F3-T and Ruroc Atlas “ Ronin’ “ Limited Edition Helmet
BIG ANNOUNCEMENT at the end... This photo was taken during my first winter as a First Officer, 2 years ago ( 📸 by my jumpseater, for all you FAA people out there). I was encouraged by my Captain to fly our short flight to KGRR without using autopilot—and hand-flying a jet was something I was still trying to practice. He was patient, talked me through it, and gave me the opportunity to learn and grow as a pilot. Our jumpseater thought it was so funny how excited I was, so he snapped this picture. This Captain was one of MANY at SkyWest who has helped mold me into the pilot I am today.
I’ve watched and assisted from the right seat as our flights have been faced with maintenance, delays, weather, and more, trying to learn what embodies a great Pilot-in-Command and how I could be the best Second-in-Command. I now have these invaluable lessons from all the Captains who have been incredible leaders and mentors to me.
With all that being said, today, I flew my last flight as a First Officer! (Luckily, I greased the landing, so I’m not going to be living in remorse during the next month of training) I will be upgrading to CRJ CAPTAIN this winter, based out of the Windy City!
I’m going to miss the comfort of the right seat, but I’m SO excited for the opportunity to sit in the left. I hope to emulate many of the great Captains I had the pleasure of flying with over the past 2 years, and be that mentor for someone else who will look just as excited as me when they’re flying a jet.
Thankful for all the love and support that has gotten me here, and most of all, to the God who’s given me this passion and blessed me throughout this journey.
Training starts Thursday... See y’all on the other side with 4 stripes 👩🏻✈️✈️🙌🏻 #LOOKATMEiamthecaptainnow