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i have a bit of a confession to make.

i haven't really been feeling 100% into the project recently. for various reasons, one of which being financial strain its causing me.

im starting school pretty soon and i will need to start paying back my student loans a few weeks after classes start (it sucks but its life.... ) so i should probably be saving every penny i can lay my fingers on for that.

but fret not! the project isn't going ANYWHERE! after all the support i have gotten from you guys the past couple weeks after being re-nominated for MOTM (WOOT!) and a conversation last night with my new favorite Kiwi i realized that this mod is more than just a computer for me to play around with. this mod is a stepping stone to bigger things. weather it be another computer mod/scratch build (Krissy knows about this one ) or something bigger, dreams are meant to be chased and i realize now, or again, that this project is a launching point in my life for bigger and better things.

i dont know if that makes any since to you guys as im still trying to make since of things in my own head about this build, and really, life in general. i hope it does.

ill be sure to take lots of pictures and get back to the way this build was when it started as soon as my stuff comes in.


thank you all for being who you are
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"Fretting, not" ...and waiting patiently.

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I think that most of us can understand
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I totally feel ya. Priorities are a little different with a family. Its great to see you have a supportive one. But when are we going flying.
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I totally feel ya. Priorities are a little different with a family. Its great to see you have a supportive one. But when are we going flying.
yea. i agree..... and wings should be getting painted over the Thanks giving weekend-ish time (26-26-28 i think) so then its just a mater of getting it inspected by the feds and then its testing time!
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I understand exactly what you mean. I think with these things you'll always have times where you don't feel quite as "in to it" as you do normally; it can't be helped. And sometimes it does mean that the project has to be stopped or delayed. Good to hear that you're carrying on though

I guess by "school" you mean university? Because in England we pretty much stop calling it school after the age of 16

Good luck anyway

And planes are awesome, take some pictures whilst you're up there
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I understand exactly what you mean. I think with these things you'll always have times where you don't feel quite as "in to it" as you do normally; it can't be helped. And sometimes it does mean that the project has to be stopped or delayed. Good to hear that you're carrying on though

I guess by "school" you mean university? Because in England we pretty much stop calling it school after the age of 16

Good luck anyway

And planes are awesome, take some pictures whilst you're up there
i think you might be right about that first part.

its not really university as a vocational trade school for aviation mechanics. im enrolled in a 14 month program that will give me every thing i need for an Aviation Maintenance Technician certification, and as soon as the school offers it (3 to 5 months) i will be enrolling in the last couple classes i need for the full Aviation Maintenance Professional certs. then its off to the work force with me and night classes for a BS in something aviation related.

thank you.

and i agree. thats kinda why im heading that direction with career choice and i DEFIANTLY will
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i think you might be right about that first part.

its not really university as a vocational trade school for aviation mechanics. im enrolled in a 14 month program that will give me every thing i need for an Aviation Maintenance Technician certification, and as soon as the school offers it (3 to 5 months) i will be enrolling in the last couple classes i need for the full Aviation Maintenance Professional certs. then its off to the work force with me and night classes for a BS in something aviation related.

thank you.

and i agree. thats kinda why im heading that direction with career choice and i DEFIANTLY will

That is totally awesome. I envy your vocation. My boss is visiting his parents now in KC, he worked for Cessna before moving out here. I used to fly UAVs back when I was in the Army and the bug is terminal, LOL. Good luck with your certs and inspection. Some of the inspectors can be real pains, but its important everything is 100%. Looks like your plane is real stable and glides well.
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That is totally awesome. I envy your vocation. My boss is visiting his parents now in KC, he worked for Cessna before moving out here. I used to fly UAVs back when I was in the Army and the bug is terminal, LOL. Good luck with your certs and inspection. Some of the inspectors can be real pains, but its important everything is 100%. Looks like your plane is real stable and glides well.
yea. i have been a plane nut since befo0re i can remember
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