My wife went skydiving once. It had been on her bucket, or rather her accomplishment list. She said she screamed like mad when her instructor who she was strapped to gave her a little nudge out of the plane. But when the chute opened she said it was the most serene, peaceful, quiet, gentle ride of her life. She loved it. I had an issue with my knee injury that kept me from joining her. Has anyone skydived before? As for Jonas he is so smart—I love him almost as much as Louie. I said, ALMOST. :-)
Hmmmm.."this storyline may actually be beneficial to those adults/ youngsters whose chores include changing light bulbs and getting foodstuffs out of high cupboards……to seniors, as well. Good storyline!
Jonas thinks of everything!
Jonas is a moustermind!
The mice don’t need parachutes. A mouse can fall from heights up to about ten stories without injury. It’s their low mass and therefore low inertia upon impact. Elephants (and blue whales, Mr. Prefect) just explode. The smaller you are, the higher you can fall unhurt.
It’s going to be a beautiful tree, such a lot of work & love going into it!!! Louie will never pee on such a masterpiece!!!
xSigoff, my hubby enlisted in the 82nd Airborne out of Bragg in 1972. I guess he liked the jumps. It would be interesting, that’s for sure.
Good morning Crew.
Technically, this is not skydiving. It’s base, er, bulb jumping.
When did baubles become bulbs?
When MY chute opened I felt my throat and noticed I now had Two adam’s apples…
Yup—better safe than sorry.
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