Yes, week 5 is already over.
It started very well with a good result in a test that didn’t count for anything. Because it’s always more beautiful to fail the important ones!
I’ve noticed that either I don’t pay enough attention to the question, or, much worse, I arrive at the right answer with a good logic process and then I select the wrong one.
That makes me furious with myself, so I decided to write, just behind my name tag:”Leggi le domande, coglione!” (Read the questions, asshole!). That’s slightly rising my attention.
Straight back to the title: a passion that never dies. Actually there are two: aviation and football.
But if the first one is something I’m trying hardly to transform into a lifestyle and a job, the second one is something that will always be there.
I thought I’d never had the chance to play football here, and sadly that first feeling was confirmed since only three people in my course were available to create a team.
Even the pitch is not that good, is made of concrete and a guy broke his leg playing football.
I know I should pay attention and take the least risk possible in order to maintain my Class I medical, but I just couldn’t live without it, so I’ve joined some ATC cadets.
Different environment, different team, different friends. But it’s always a ball rolling in a pitch with 10 people (I play 5-a-side football), and it makes us happy.
At least is time spent outside the room/classroom.
Anyway, this week report is going to be really short, sorry about that, but spare time is decreasing week after week.
Good news of the week is that I bought a tiny fridge at a very cheap price, so fresh drinks available… I hate cool water.
I was dealing with the staff to make a new contest that may allow one person to come in Jerez for a couple of days, we might announce this contest in the next few weeks for May 2020.
It’s going to be cool, but be sure you’re, at least, able to guess an airport. Was Ciampino that difficult? (I’m joking, I can’t laugh anymore, but I’m joking)
That’s pretty everything, as I’ve said, nothing exciting except the rain yesterday and a cold temperature that arrived all of a sudden to disturb our extended summer.
And… only 61 days left to fly back home.
Quote of the week:”You can be anyone in your life. You might either realize your dreams or you might not, but you’ll go nowhere if you’re not thankful to who supports and has supported you”.
Right from the founder.