Thursday, July 14, 2005

Flying Solo - Sometimes it's harder

Geese flying in V-shaped patterns are saving energy. Each bird takes advantage of the uplifting air coming off the bird in front of it. This makes flying easier. When the bird in front gets tired, it moves to the back of the formation. The next bird in line takes the lead.

DGB, I'll be flying with you again very soon!


1 comment:

sharon said...



Keep feeling the wind beneath your wings and soar towards the sun with confidence that you're going in the right direction.

Sadly, Carolyn's husband passed on Tuesday evening. The last week has been incredibly difficult. After the memorial services this weekend, things should get back to normal (if possible) once again and I will be flying with you.

I am going to use my nephew's computer next week to download your files.

Pls send me anything that you would like me to look at :-)