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January 19 ~ @TheAviatorsClub Honors Departed Pets

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The Aviators Club on Twitter will fly two quarterly tribute (memorial) missions on
January 19, 2013  to honor pets and anipals who have departed
Over The Rainbow Bridge (OTRB)in the past three months.  The Aviators Club team members fly and call out the names of departed pets in tribute to their lives and their families.  There is no fee or charge for having your departed pet acknowledged in tribute. It is open for all species of critters that you loved and have now departed.  The quarterly tribute (memorial) missions are simply an act of love.
If you would like your departed pet called out in tribute during these flights please send their name and/or a brief description (animal type, age, etc.) and feel free to contact any one of these folks:
The Aviators Club

Mouche Cat @clingycat (Pacific Team Mission Leader ~ Australia, New Zealand and relevant time zones)

PACIFIC MISSION ~ Saturday, January 19, 2013 ~ 7:00 PM Brisbane time ~ 8:00 PM Sydney and Melbourne time.  You can follow the fli…

Two Mules For Sister Sara ~ Saved Me III

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Image Credit: Amazon dot com  This is Part III of how the movie "Two Mules For Sister Sara", especially the hat worn by the character Hogan played by Clint Eastwood in that film, other spooky factors and just dumb luck saved me from harm. (Shirley MacLaine played the role of Sister Sara in that movie.) If you need to 'catch-up' with this story here are the links for Part I and Part II.

Part I ~ How ~ Two Mules For Sister Sara ~ Saved Me

Part II ~ How ~ Two Mules For Sister Sara ~ Saved Me

GETTING TO CLOSING TIME ~ Here I am on Sunday evening/night waiting on a bar full of bikers, having checked the big gun belonging to the leader of the bikers (whom I have designated Mister Eyes) behind my bar.

During the evening I cut a roll of quarters in half, put each half in its own bar glass. I took one glass to the ladies at the booth with their leader (Mister Eyes) and the other man. I took the second glass with half the quarters to two biker women who were way in the back whe…

Two Mules For Sister Sara ~ Saved Me II

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Image credit: Amazon dot com  PART II of how the movie "Two Mules For Sister Sara", especially the hat worn by the character Hogan played by Clint Eastwood in that film, other spooky factors and just dumb luck saved me from harm. (Shirley MacLaine played the role of Sister Sara in that movie.)  If you need to 'catch-up' here is Part I ~ How "Two Mules For Sister Sara" Saved Me
FRIDAY NIGHT ~  After going home from work catching a quick shower and changing into some appropriate clothes and shoes, I went right to the bar. The first thing I noticed was freshly printed and laminated signs on the doors and posted throughout the bar about that weekend's hours. I thought about my lady boss and all the things she had to do to get ready to fly to Mexico and that was pretty cool that she had thoughtfully did those signs, got the turnaround for their completion and got them posted before she left.
The gal on duty did a quick introduction to my bar back, (I was mor…

Two Mules For Sister Sara ~ Saved Me I

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Image credit: Amazon dot com
This is how the movie "Two Mules For Sister Sara", especially the hat worn by the character Hogan played by Clint Eastwood in that film, other spooky factors and just dumb luck saved me from harm. (Shirley MacLaine played the role of Sister Sara in that movie.)
Today I flinch, cringe and get silently peeved when my daughter sometimes says, "You have no life, you need to get a life." 
I like what life I currently have. I once had a busy life, a working life. Often my working life was easily 16-18 hours per day because I worked both full and part-time jobs every week.  Working like this fed my compulsion to keep moving, to stay busy. I was young, I was full of energy. I was proud of the money I earned. The other truth is earning this money kept me running ahead of my own insecurity, that spectral vision of endless, miserable and abject poverty that I was sure would overtake me and my life if I wasn't working.

THE PRELUDE ~

The Very …