I finally found out the results from my Aircraft Tech exam this morning. Happily, I passed. And I even did better than "just pass", I had a good margin between me and being a failure.
The uncertainty surrounding the results is one of those things that reminds me I don't know everything and this whole learning to fly thing is actually a challenge. I don't know everything...far from it. My excellent memory is used up with all sorts of information not related to flying - my husband and children's birthdays, the recipe for a delicious lamb soup, and my mother's phone number...all very important, but totally unrelated. Time to start those neurons firing again and making room for more, flying related, memories!
Speaking of flying. I went for a very short lesson yesterday. Just 0.4 hours (24 minutes). We stopped because of the unpredictable gusty crosswind. I did the first circuit all myself, but let's just say my execution of the crosswind technique the instructor was walking me through left a bit to be desired...or so I thought! On the next circuit, I got everything all set up and let the instructor demonstrate a crosswind landing that was similar to the one I just did. We did a full stop and decided to give it a rest as, truth be told, it was out of my league at this point in time (I believed the instructor when he told me he really had to work at the landing).
I may or may not get airborne today. The plane and instructor are off on a cross country lesson. They left a bit later than planned and the sky is much greyer than it was when they took off. Sometimes the only thing to do with flying is wait and see.