I have always been fascinated with heavier-than-air flight.
Aware of this, family gave me a box of paper airplane projects, one airplane per day over a year. The product is meant to be a desk calendar. Today I did the paper airplane for March 25, 2019 – two years late. But this is because I have found a better use for it beyond a mere desk calendar: Making an airplane out of a flat sheet of paper is tonic to the tired brain. A paper airplane a day drives the boredom away.
Some models fly extremely well while some are better to look at rather than launch into the air. Some are easy to fold while others require patience and finger dexterity to execute. The heading picture above represents my best efforts.
An airplane a day, from the most recent to the oldest
For centuries, the consensus interpretation of three “conflict” passages in Paul’s letter to the Philippian Christian community has taken the identity of the opponents or agitators to be the so-called judaizers.
Day 0, May 30, 2019: Packed the car, a Subaru Crosstrek, for the drive to Winnipeg Manitoba along the Trans Canada. I would then fly to Calgary and join with around 200 other men for the XCC 4th Musketeer event in the Alberta Rockies.