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Sleet me in St. Louis (St. Louis, MO)

My friend Jennelle and I have been planning to have a visit in her new home of St. Louis for awhile. She moved there to be with her new husband … Continue Reading →


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One Year Ago…..

…..I started this blog as I waltzed into a new chapter of my life. I had no idea what I was doing, but I had the prominent notion that my … Continue Reading →


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The Winged Wayfarer Flies Across the Pond (Dublin, Ireland)

When I {interviewed to be a flight attendant}¬†a little over a year ago, I had one cherished dream in my heart: to visit Europe. Sure I wanted to travel the … Continue Reading →


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How To Make A (Very Decent) Iced Latte On An Airplane For Free

One of my favorite things about my job is the crazy awesome tips and tricks I learn from the senior flight attendants. I’ve heard everything from making grilled cheese with … Continue Reading →


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Sky Snippets: When Flight Attendants Attack!

I don’t know exactly how to write this post. I’m currently sitting here giggling so much I can hardly type, as I remember what happened two days ago. I was … Continue Reading →


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W^3 and Happy New Year!

Oodalolly! It has been a very long couple of weeks. There was the Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa/Festivus holiday tailed by the New Year Holiday and now all of a sudden its 2014! So, … Continue Reading →


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Winged Whimsy Weekly

Well, its that time again where I share with you my favorite snapshots from the week. I confess, some weeks I dont have too much of a camera bug, but … Continue Reading →


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Sky Snippets: Medical Emergencies On A Plane

Before I begin, I’d like to clarify that I am not medically trained and have very little knowledge of how to save a life beyond the standard CPR course we … Continue Reading →


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An Unexpected Roadtrip

In a job with infinite (read: free) ¬†logistical possibilities, one would think it would be easy to get home for the holidays. Wrong. Maybe if you’ve worked for your airline … Continue Reading →


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Regional vs. Mainline: A Flight Attendant’s Perspective

When I was applying to be a flight attendant last Fall, my approach was to leave no stone left unturned. I applied to obscure little airlines and all the big … Continue Reading →