My day starts at 04:00 that’s 4-AM for you none military folks out there, and doesn’t end until 6-PM or 18:00 for all us Confederate Marines, here. I start doing PT(physical training) at 06:00, to 07:00 , then while eating some sort of breakfast, and start in creating graphics for this none military publication, for those in and of military, mainly Marines and Naval aviation. Then its out to the hangar, dress down the aircraft for the days work, then out to the rod shop, and get that crew operating, then when its running, do the radio gig. If I’m really lucky, I get lunch, maybe dinner, then a few minutes of me time, including TV, then back at it until midnight. The 18:00 is when I do my me time. Getting it all done on time EVERY day, and still have time to fly, is a real challenge, but I get there. That all said over the last two years now, since I moved from Evanston, Wyoming, until I moved to Twin Falls, a few things clipped our , mainly my wings. Two coronary events, getting evicted, and having to appeal to my church to eat and all at times, plus a few times on my rent, makes me wonder and think, am I flying on course of my life’s flight plan, or have I been drifting off course? Many ask, if I have PoohBear, why do and why am I sniffing around at a few others? Simple, much of the degradation, of my income, and a lot of my sanity, has been due to my relationship with PoohBear. It’s not been all sunshine and roses,more like cactus, and desert. That’s one of the reasons when TJ stepped into the picture , I had to ask myself, could this, meaning TJ, be the course deviation I have been looking for? Face it, this months delays were due to PoohBear fumbling the dues money she sends each month. If this had been a isolated event, no problem. But its happened, too many times. No , with PoohBear, its not about the money, but if I have to pay for my domicile and the co-habitation, that may be in the future, it requires her income and mine, combined. Yes AyreWolf Aviation makes good money , but right now expenses are exceeding that income. Utah and Wyoming were not this bad, most expenses were controllable. As it is, there are too many competitors, versus return on my investment. So yes on that, its a challenge. From a personal point, emotionally I’m a wreck. Yet when TJ stepped in , there was a light that turned on. Had she remained on station here, my living circumstances would have changed dramatically. There is a environment changed coming, and a new year almost here. It’s time to change my life’s flight plan. Like the Dove TV ad, it’s different, its foam. Until this afternoon L8R Aviators.