Sunday, May 21, 2006
Coming home from Houston
What did I miss on Friday?!? Discovery rolling out to the launch pad!! But I was able to get a great picture from a co-worker!! I'm coming home today from houston. i have been here for mission imagery support and yesterday I participated as maid of honor in my best friend's wedding. Come Monday......back to work, bright and early!
Posted by Damaris Sarria Toepel at 10:29 AM
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That is a great picture! Thanks for sharing (as usual)!!!
Great image! Glad that your co-worker managed to capture it.
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That picture reminds me of my sister telling me how she watched another launch in her review mirror while on her way to work.
She loves saying that to me because she just knows I'm parked in front of the TV waaaay up here in NY watching. *grr* Yeah. She's a funny one.
That picture is awesome though. 'Objects in mirror are larger then they appear' is so right!
I found your blog doing a search of mobile launch platform. You have a great blog! As my wife likes to say, "Your words become your reality." Eileen Collins just retired from NASA, so there is an opening! Seriously, I would say you are living your dream, the dream just isn't over yet.
Great shot of Discovery.
Weather permitting, Jill and I intend to sail Shibumi down to Titusville to watch Discovery lift-off, in July. We will anchor in the Indian River to watch the launch. This is great work you are doing. All the best to you.
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