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Moving and flying

Today we moved in to our new new apartment today. I been slowly moving thing into the new place the past week but today my dad, Jordon, Jessica, and I moved the big things in. It only took the morning to do it. It looks so great. I love our new place everything is better it seems, it's bigger, nicer and quieter. 

I flew to Kearny yesterday great little airport in the mountains south of Globe. I love flying and seeing new places like this.

Comments

Doug Cheever said…
I love the picture of the old plane you have in the header of your blog. I have always been fascinated by flying an probably should have followed up by taking flying lessons when I was younger. So I am a little envious of you being able to take the flights you describe. Keep us informed as I enjoy hearing about them.
spice2116 said…
it was so good to see you and jessica on sunday!! glad that life is treating you well and that you get to do something you love

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