Saturday, April 6, 2013

F is for Free Falling Flower






Have you ever had the nerve to jump out of a plane and free fall? When I was younger it was one thing I wanted to do just say I had done it. Uh, yeah. I've grown up since then and discovered I'm not invincible. Lol!

But this group of amazing women did it and did it beautifully. 


F is for Free Falling Flower.




How about you? Have you ever tried it? Succeeded? Want to?


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Can love be true if shared with more than one?  Kami doesn’t think so when she finds Ian is an elite and required to take three wives to eliminate the poverty-stricken population.  Why can’t he be poor the way she thought he was when she fell in love with him?
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Until next time, may your dreams be magical.  

     Charlene







11 comments:

Rowena said...

I'm not sure if I could do it, I would like to...but don't think I would be brave enough. I know for sure I would'nt be able to bungee jump but maybe free falling? I love the song free fallin by Tom Petty!

Amy "Lyre" Turner said...

I am, most assuredly, never jumping out of a plane unless the plane is crashing and I have a parachute.

And it would still be hard.

I am with Rowena, however, regarding Tom Petty's "Free Fallin'" being a good song.

Lyre at Lyre's Musings

Jemima Pett said...

I did once consider a parachute jump. Then I realised the risk of a broken leg and felt that doing it as a work challenge wouldn't be too good if any of us ended up with six months off work!
The Flower thing is wonderful though.
Good luck with your Giveaway - I'm doing one for A to Z too!
Happy A to Z-ing
Jemima at Jemima's blog

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lizy-expat-writer said...

No I couldn't do it. Not in a million years! I'm scared even to stand on the edges of things. My daughter once abseiled down her office building for charity and it was bad enough watching her.
This is an A-Z visit!

Laura Marcella said...

Hello, Charlene! My husband and I were just talking about this. It'd be a cool thing to try, but I think I'd be so scared out of my mind the entire time that I wouldn't really enjoy it. I'd rather go somewhere where you can get the sensation of sky diving without actually having to do it!

Happy A to Z-ing! from Laura Marcella @ Wavy Lines

Jessica Peterson said...

That looks pretty cool with all those women, at least they're all in it together. I almost did it once. I was living in Russia at the time and the person I was working for suggested it. I was at that time in my life where I was frustrated and wanted to do something crazy. It never went beyond the thought though. I kinda wish I had though, it would have been an amazing view.

Have fun with a-z.

Trisha F said...

Never done it, but not sure it's something I want to do. It would be a great view from up there though :)

On the other hand, I'd totally put my hand up to go on a rocket!

Shawn Yankey said...

I read the title and I thought this post was going to be about 9/11 but nope, skydiving... To answer your question of could I do that, no I could not. I am terrified of heights and don't even like ladders. Those women are crazy brave.
Shawn at Reading Practice

Sandy said...

Can't think of any good reason to jump out of a perfectly good airplane. Fun to watch on tv, when it doesn't seem real.

Sherry Ellis said...

It's on my bucket list, but if I don't do it soon, I may never do it!