Oh, I think I’ve answered this question before, but it doesn’t hurt to answer again, I suppose.
Though it was never my only dream job or aspiration, flight attending allowed me the opportunity to directly help people in a meaningful way which was always important to me. I get to, hopefully, make people happy and at the very least, make their flights a little less painless than they have to be. I suppose that is what attracted me to the profession in the first place, when I first considered it.
And yes, you may, thank you. You can still purchase them online, but they’ve been moved recently to iFly’s official website, so that is where you need to go if you would like to purchase one of them. I don’t think you’ll regret it.
Well, yes. Technically speaking, at least. I still haven’t gone on my Kay Faraday in a long while because of how many backed up questions I still have, but all of my other ones are still active, just in need of actual questions. Thankfully, I’ve gotten quite a few today, so I shall be getting to those soon.
Oh! Another compliment. T-thank you too. That’s very kind of you to say.
I’ve sometimes wondered that very question myself, but honestly, I think it depends on the crowd. I’ve gotten so many letters on this blog
(and perhaps even more than Cammy has on hers), and quite a few like yours as well, so it leads me to think that maybe there are people out there who appreciate a professional and the effort she puts into her work.
I just wish more of them decided to fly with iFly.
Thank you, anonymous. I don’t suppose I can really answer a question like that, now can I? Maybe people tend to find my face aesthetically pleasing?
Of course. I appreciate your interest, ma’am. You can find them online for the perfectly reasonable price of 500 dollars.
If you do choose to buy one of them, know that you have my eternal appreciation.
No..of course not. Don’t be foolish. Why don’t you return to your seat, sir?
(How could he be on to me?)
C-cake, right? That’s the correct answer, yes? Or is this some sort of trick question?
Our official policy is as follows: common lighters can be stored in your carry-on bag, freely. Most fueled lighters are not permitted as checked baggage, unless they are stored in the proper casing. Lighters without fuel are generally permitted.
I hope that answer was helpful, and if not, please don’t hesitate to ask if you have further questions.
(Should I tell them that I don’t know any Spanish? No, I shouldn’t dampen their spirits.)
Oh… That’s very nice, anonymous. Thank you for showing me that.
I knew that, of course.
To answer your question, it was interesting, to be sure. I’ve never been on an investigation before, but I think I professionally handled myself. And though I still had my doubts about Mr. Edgeworth, then, he really helped alleviate them with his quick thinking and impressive logic.
I still feel rather silly for thinking he to be the murderer in the first place.