“When in doubt, hold your altitude.
No one has ever collided with the sky.”
Grandpa got a small helicopter for his birthday. Talmage couldn’t wait to see it in the air. Holden couldn’t wait to get his hands on the controls. A picture really is worth a thousand words. And, those words become a tiny tale . . . a little story about birthdays, sharing and helicopters. It is a story of the dangers of flying your helicopter in the house . . . of climbing ladders to get it off of the ceiling fan and of repairing its propellers after it crashes into the wall. Wouldn’t it be better to go outside, I wondered ? Just one of many photos in this sequence which chronicle the gift of a helicopter and the fun everyone had with it.
“Flying isn’t dangerous, it’s crashing that is dangerous.”