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Winged Whimsy Weekly

Greetings aviation enthusiasts! It’s another week (well, in my dictionary anyway) of galavanting and sauntering around the country. The funny part is absolutely none of that last sentence is true. … Continue Reading →


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Charlotte Snowmageddon 2014

My roommate Ursula is originally from Ohio, and all winter she has regaled us of stories about how spoiled us southerners are when it comes to snow. We see a … Continue Reading →


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Winged Whimsy Weekly

Another outrageously long  highly anticipated couple of weeks  month  amount of time has passed since my last smattering of photos from my flight attending life. You’ll have to forgive my … Continue Reading →


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Winged Whimsy Weekly

Hello again, all! I have another crop of winged whimsy to share today. Belle and I completed recurrent training yesterday, which is essentially a day-long review of all the emergency … Continue Reading →


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Winged Whimsy Weekly

  It’s almost Fall, which means in the airline business a lot of sitting around. People don’t go on as many vacations in the Fall (until around Thanksgiving time) so … Continue Reading →


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Meet Ursula!

I wrote awhile ago about my roommates Jasmine and Aurora moving out and so much more has happened since then. Some of it good, some of it bad, and some … Continue Reading →


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Winged Whimsy Weekly

Hello everybody! Taking a note of inspiration from some of my favorite bloggers, I’ve decided to do a post where I feature some of my favorite photographs I’ve taken that … Continue Reading →


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How To Negotiate With Flight Attendant Scheduling Like A Pro

As a reserve flight attendant, the #1 thing you can do to get the best trips is learn to negotiate with scheduling. They pretty much have your life in their … Continue Reading →


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Human Tofu

When you become a flight attendant, you’re told you need to be flexible in order to do well in this line of work. What they don’t tell you is you’ll … Continue Reading →


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To Commute or Not to Commute? {A Flight Attendant’s Question}

“Sometimes one must travel far to discover what is near.”—Uri Shulevitz I remember the first time I was in Charlotte, NC. It was in December 2010, and I was on … Continue Reading →