"Maybe dreams really do come true."
A lot of times it is hard to pinpoint our future careers and future. There is something that dreaming lucidly has taught me. If I have to be honest, since I was a young girl I always had my eyes turned towards the sky. It is just something that I have always had a connection with. I somehow knew that this would be in my future, and it would be something big.
Dreaming lucidly has always been a secret talent of mine. I am able to see, hear, and feel everything that happens in my dreams. Not to mention, I can also control my actions in them. Being able to do this has taught me that dreams really do come true. Ever since my first trip to Hawaii I have felt that connection to the skies. With that being said, dreaming lucidly has helped me sort of see the future in an aspect of me flying through the skies.
Since I was a young child I have been able to recognize that small connection with the skies, but just within the past few years it has gotten stronger. Every pilot's home is in the sky. There is some saying that always refers back to the fact that pilots would rather be in the sky than at home on the ground. This has been such a blessing to find my own home in the sky. There are so many people on this planet that share the same feelings as I. This has been such a blessing for me. Aviation is sort of like my home away from home. The sky is my future place of residency.
"Flight is more than the listed definition. Flight is more than just a word or a concept. In my eyes, flight has always been described as a fire burning passion. Once that interest digs into the brain, then the fire within is lit. For I myself, have experienced this very thing."
"Touching the sky is a feeling that is unimaginable. Flight has long been deemed as freedom in my own eyes. Just the sound of the engines starting up is enough to get my serotonin levels up. Flying just makes my own soul feel alive. The longer I am in the sky I feel less anxious. Looking out the plane's windows I always see the perfectly painted sky. Flying at sunset is like an artist took their paintbrush and painted the sky. Each color seems to blend together in a concise, yet flowing manner. Skies that are filled with clouds always make me think of cotton balls suspended in mid air. There is never a dull or a drab flight. The beauty of everyday life is that each one, and moment, is unique."
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My name is Jetta, and I am a student pilot currently attending Southern Utah University to become an airline pilot. Join me on my journey from zero to the left seat.